[The Anarchist Roots of Geography] Pdf à Simon Springer
Ick it up and purchase it From the #get go i decided to approach this book #go I decided to Approach This Book this book as did The Communist Manifesto which I read for an honors class in college because as with philosophy of any kind the purest form is not attainable in my book as there are uality parts to the philosophies so a mixture is best in my book Prior to reading this book I will admit that my thought of anarchism was linked to the stereotypical belief of it being down with the state and structure and violence That has changed because as xtremists Murder at the Mansion exist within all groups whether that group is political religious or somethinglse What I found is that I can agree with the concept of mutual aid the need for a horizontal system as opposed to a verticalhierarchical system the importance of acting in the here and now to make changes in our culture and the dangers of violence to get what we want because Healing Souls even when it is for the greater good it still is a mean. Zingxperiments are an affront to our survival Singular ontological modes that favor one particular way of doing things disavow geography by failing to Understand The Spatial As the spatial as mutable assemblage intimately bound to temporality Even worse such stagnant ideas often align to the parochial interests of an Seductive Surrender elite minority and thereby threaten to be our collective undoing What is needed is the development of new relationships with our world and crucially withach other By infusing our geographies with anarchism we unle. ,
Ce livre st int ressant mais il manue de synth se Trop de redites J aurais galement appr ci un plus grand apport de la g ographie dans ce livre ui porte avant tout sur l anarchisme Either this book is too big brained for me or this person just likes to name drop authors Interesting read I don t agree with a lot of his opinions on organizational structures violence or his proposal lot of his opinions on organizational structures violence or his proposal a lack there of or his critiue on Marxism on geography Although it is an interesting critiue And I know noting about political geography So a grain of And I know noting about political geography So a grain of with my opinion is needed I like his talk about scale agonism and radical democracy In a perfect world I d check out very author he names but the last 70ish pages is his bibliography I ll come back to this one day I found this book at a leftist bookstore in Seattle I purchased it because I love reading about geography and connecting geography to anarchism fascinated me nough to The Anarchist Roots of Geography sets the stage for a radical politics of possibility and freedom through a discussion of the insurrectionary geographies that suffuse our daily xperiences By mbracing anarchist geographies as kaleidoscopic spatialities that allow for nonhierarchical connections between autonomous ntities Simon Springer configures a new political imaginationExperimentation in and through space is the story of humanity’s place on the planet and the stasis and control that now supersede ongoing organi. ,
S of domination Dissent is "Something That Is Valuable And " that is valuable and To Be Respected Heard And ConsideredAnother Component That Really to be respected heard and consideredAnother component that really with me is the fact that when we are born we haven t learned the way of our hierarchical world based on competition division and which does show that the current system is not innate but learned Euality xists at birth because the world hasn t taught us its ways yet I am ignoring the nvironment provided by the parents and at death when verything that life taught us is stripped away See when verything that life taught us is stripped away See review here thought the arlier ssays were better than the ones in the second half I m not very into Springer s promotion of post structuralist anarchism insofar as that s how one could define his project He definitely does draw from the classical anarchist tradition as well though specially P Kropotkin and Reclus It seems that there are tensions between these tendencies in Springer s thought. Ash a spirit of rebellion that foregoes a politics of waiting for change to come at the behest of lected leaders and instead ngages new possibilities of mutual aid through direct action now We can no longer accept the decaying archaic geographies of hierarchy that chain us to statism capitalism gender domination racial oppression and imperialism We must reorient geographical thinking towards anarchist horizons of possibility Geography must become beautiful wherein the ntirety of its mbrace is aligned to mancipatio.