Anarchism: Theory in Practice
Virtual Reading Group


a SFL Virtual Reading Group


While some associate anarchism with violence and chaos, most philosophical proponents of anarchism have something more subtle in mind – and not always the same thing.  The readings for this program explore how social order and legal systems can arise independently of centralized political authority and in fact avoid violence and chaos. The selected readings are a combination of theoretical and historical studies, allowing us to discuss both the logical coherence and the practicality of proposed approaches to non-state social order.

    • Discussion Leader: Dr. Aeon Skoble, Department of Philosophy, Bridgewater State UniversityResearch, East Carolina University
    • Meeting Dates: Summer 2016


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