Anarchy, Power, and Poststructuralism

  title={Anarchy, Power, and Poststructuralism},
  author={Allan Antliff},
  pages={56 - 66}
  • Allan Antliff
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • SubStance
  • In 1994 Todd May initiated a new turn in contemporary theory– poststructuralist anarchism, commonly abbreviated to “postanarchism.” May’s seminal study, The Political Philosophy of Poststructuralist Anarchism called attention to ways in which the political philosophy of anarchism echoes the concerns of poststructuralist thought, notably in its critique of oppression. Taking aim at Marxism, he (rightly) argued that anarchism has a more sophisticated grasp of how oppression disperses across the… CONTINUE READING
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