The Anarchist Ethic in the Age of the Anti-globalization Movement
By Leila and Sasha K.
"The Ethic of desire, which remains fundamental to the movement of the excluded, is antagonistic to the constituted social order that separates the multitude from its conditions of existence; and, it is out of this antagonism that anarchist practice--as immanent to the movement of the excluded multitudes--grows. Just as self-valorization becomes an ethical practice for the excluded, informal organization, in struggle against capital and the state, becomes an ethical practice for anarchists: both create social relations beyond measure..."
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