Countless bands and artists have drawn inspiration from anarchist concepts, from anarcho-punks Crass and crust-punk godfathers Amebix (whose 1982 music “No Gods, No Masters!” remains a rallying cry) to Rust Belt punks Anti-Flag, U.K. black metallers Dawn Ray’d, hip-hop artist MC Sole, and Laura Jane Grace-fronted indie punks Against Me! (who basically wrote anarchism’s unofficial theme music with 2002’s “Baby, I’m an Anarchist”). A extra strong type of individualist anarchism will give attention to key values similar to autonomy and self-determination, asserting the primacy of the person over and towards social teams.
Thus radical moral anarchism could be contrasted with what we might call bourgeois anarchism (with radical anarchism looking for to disrupt traditional social norms and bourgeois anarchism looking for freedom from the state that doesn’t search such disruption). And although some argue that anarchists are deeply ethical—committed to liberty and solidarity—others will argue that anarchists are ethical nihilists … Read More