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36.
It's the absence of goverment, to put it simply.
It's where you believe that you should have no goverment. Therefor, you have no system of law. Obviously. No laws, nothing. Just human beings ruling themselves. Which of course, would equal total chaos. And a collasped society. Making Anarchy a waste of time.
Guy: I need to find an Anarchy symbol?
Me: Why?
Guy: I'm putting it on my website. How do you spelll anarchy?
Me: a-n-a-r-c-h-y. Why, do you beleive in anarchy?
Guy: Hell yeah! Anarchy is what we need right now.
Me: -snort- Anarchy is the LAST thing we need right now.
Guy: How so?
Me: ugh. do you even know what anarchy is?
Guy: Yeah. It's where you hate the goverment.
Me: It's more than that.
Guy: -silence-
Me: You believe you should have no goverment. And we need a more enforced goverment with this war.
Guy: Well... you'd have a leader...
Me: That'd be Monarchy. That's a form of goverment.
Guy: Well, you'd have SOME sort of goverment...
Me: Anarchy is the ABSENCE of goverment, moron.

A conversation I had.
von googooglob 14. Mai 2006
 
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A thing which, even if it were desirable, would be impossible. There will always be a group of people who are willing to organise themselves and fight for government. They will either kick our asses into submission to a worse from of government, or we will have to organise ourselves, and fight back, meaning that when the conflict is over we'll be left with a government which we'll probably end up keeping by choice, or they'll decide they like having power an force us into it.
Government is no different to anarchy, because government is, in rrality, just a group of people imposing their will on us, so any type of organisation will evolve into a government.
von Oh Shit I'm Dead 21. Oktober 2004
 
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Literally, society without government. Initially, it would likely be chaotic, and violent, but may stabilize into a safe system eventually. All this is hypothetical, because there's been no long lasting, large scale example to draw precident from.
Without the police, we would have anarchy.
von Psiberzerker 11. April 2004
 
39.
a state of which no true form of government exists
"shit there is no one to make the trains run on time"
von trot 26. März 2004
 
40.
A lifestyle typically seen in early man and all animals. Somewhere along the line man decided he needed someone to take care of him. Freedom and power are an illusion.
Anarchy should not be a marketing tool.
von Jarrett 30. Mai 2003
 
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3 entries found for anarchy.
an·ar·chy
n. pl. an·ar·chies
Absence of any form of political authority.
Political disorder and confusion.
Absence of any cohesive principle, such as a common standard or purpose.


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New Latin anarchia, from Greek anarkhi, from anarkhos, without a ruler : an-, without; see a-1 + arkhos, ruler; see -arch.

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anarchy

\An"arch*y\, n. Gr. ?: cf. F. anarchie. See Anarch. 1. Absence of government; the state of society where there is no law or supreme power; a state of lawlessness; political confusion.

Spread anarchy and terror all around. --Cowper.

2. Hence, confusion or disorder, in general.

There being then . . . an anarchy, as I may term it, in authors and their re?koning of years. --Fuller.


Source: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, © 1996, 1998 MICRA, Inc.


anarchy

n : a state of lawlessness and disorder (usually resulting from a failure of government) syn: lawlessness


Source: WordNet ® 1.6, © 1997 Princeton University
von Anonymous 3. April 2003
 
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Anarchy is a theoretical form of self-government which is practically unattainable. Historically Anarchy only exists between the shifts between other known forms of government, and it is in fact no government. There are two types of Anarchists: punk rockers, and romantic political philosophers.

The main argument of anarchistic thought is that any appointed, hereditary, or aristocratic government is coersive in nature, and coersion is intrinsically evil. Therefore, all government is inherently evil. The only solution to eliminate coersion in society is to live in the state of anarchy.
The main flaw of this argument is that in order to completely eliminate coersion even in a system of direct democracy there cannot be majority rule, that is the whole society has to unanimously agree on all issues. This is not a practical solution, but a theoretical state of perfect unanimity which is an extreme condition only possible in theory, an utopia.
A state under Anarchy is either a state ruled completely and unanimously by all the people for the people, or a state in civil war.
von unholyfart 24. Mai 2009