Kurt Gerry (NYU): On the Nature of Law: Philosophical Anarchism and Law's Claim to Legitimate Authority. From the inaugural issue of Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies, Saul Newman (Goldsmith): Voluntary Servitude Reconsidered: Radical Politics and the Problem of Self-Domination; Simon Choat (Kingston): Postanarchism from a Marxist Perspective; Edward Avery-Natale (Temple): "We’re Here, We’re Queer, We’re Anarchists": The Nature of Identification and Subjectivity Among Black Blocs; Alejandro de Acosta on Anarchist Meditations or: Three Wild Interstices Of Anarchy and Philosophy; and Xavier Oliveras Gonzalez (UAB): Denying Anarchic Spaces and Places: An Anarchist Critique of Mosaic-Statist Metageography. A review of Anarchism and Its Aspirations by Cindy Milstein. What does it mean to be an anarchist? Too often associated with mayhem on the streets, for centuries anarchists have actually sought a more ordered society. Saul Newman on the politics of post anarchism. Logistics and Opposition: Alberto Toscano examines the anti-urbanist presuppositions of insurrectionary anarchism, speculating on how the catastrophic destiny of certain technological innovations might instead be turned to different ends. A review of Anarchism and Syndicalism in the Colonial and Postcolonial World, 1870–1940. A look at how the intellectual roots of Wall Street protests lie in academe: Movement's principles arise from scholarship on anarchy. The prince of evolution: Lee Alan Dugatkin on Peter Kropotkin, anarchism, and cooperation in nature (and more). Marxism or anarchism: John Steele on why we need a politics we haven’t got. A review of Anarchism and Education: A Philosophical Perspective by Judith Suissa. A review of Anarchism and Moral Philosophy. Baby, we’re all anarchists now.

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