Neoliberalism reveres wealth, but is morally bankrupt. It treats the market as its god, and therefore rejects the wellbeing of the people.
If the goal of anarchism is to reunite the people in a divided society, then it must come to confront the issue of conflict, and ultimately accept it.
Capitalist society is a Leviathan, who commodifying powers threaten to swallow revolutionary sentiments whole.
Participatory economics offers a solution to the question of the planned economy that is both democratic, accountable and fair.
Whilst seemingly a contradiction, nationalist anarchism has played a practical and necessary part in the praxis and theory of anarchists in the colonial world.
Schooling was not intended to improve, but conform us. This analysis suggests we move beyond it, for ourselves, society, and the idea of education itself.