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Anarchy (frae Greek: ἀναρχίᾱ anarchíā, "athoot ruler") mey refer tae ony o the follaein:

  • "Nae rulership or enforced authority."[1]
  • "A social state in which there is nae governin body or group o fowk, but each individual haes absolute liberty (athoot the implication o disorder)."[2]
  • "Absence o government; a state o lawlessness due tae the absence or inefficiency o the supreme pouer; politeecal disorder."[3]
  • "Absence or non-recognition o authority an order in ony given sphere."[4]
  • "Actin athoot waitin for instructions or offeecial permission... The ruit o anarchism is the single impulse tae dae it yursel: awthin else follaes frae this." [5]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Decentralism: Where It Came From--Where Is It Going?
  2. "Anarchy." Oxford English Dictionary. Oxford University Press. 2004. The first quotit usage is 1850.
  3. "Anarchy." Oxford English Dictionary. Oxford University Press. 2004. The first quoted usage is 1552
  4. "Anarchy." Oxford English Dictionary. Oxford University Press. 2004. The first quoted usage is 1667
  5. anonymous. "fighting for our lives: an anarchist primer" CrimethInc. Black Writers' Bloc Fighting for Our Lives