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Since his divorce, he has lived alone, avoiding relationships, except those established at work out of necessity, and one established at home, out of choice, with his commiserating dog, Thomas. Marty Robins, a psychologist involved in the investigation, helps resuscitate life into Rick, but his real savior comes later in the form of an unexpected hero that restores hope and meaning in his fragmented life. You set the price! Create Widget. About Michael Segedy. Learn more about Michael Segedy.

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Anarchists may be motivated by humanism , divine authority , enlightened self-interest , veganism , or any number of alternative ethical doctrines. Phenomena such as civilisation , technology e. On a tactical level, propaganda of the deed was a tactic used by anarchists in the 19th century e. About the scope of an anarchist society, some anarchists advocate a global one while others do so by local ones.

Intersecting and overlapping between various schools of thought, certain topics of interest and internal disputes have proven perennial within anarchist theory. An important current within anarchism is free love. He proposed the concept of la camaraderie amoureuse to speak of free love as the possibility of voluntary sexual encounter between consenting adults. He was also a consistent proponent of polyamory.

More recently, the British anarcho-pacifist Alex Comfort gained notoriety during the sexual revolution for writing the bestseller sex manual The Joy of Sex. English anarchist William Godwin considered education an important aspect. He was against state education as he considered those schools as a way of the state to replicate privileges of the ruling class.

In his Political Justice , he criticises state sponsored schooling and advocates for child's protection from coercion. Ferrer was aiming to educate the working class. The school closed after constant harassment by the state and Ferrer was later on arrested. Russian Christian anarchist Leo Tolstoy established a school for peasant children on his estate.

A more recent libertarian tradition on education is that of unschooling and the free school in which child-led activity replaces pedagogic approaches. Experiments in Germany led to A. Neill founding what became Summerhill School in The term deschooling was popularised by Ivan Illich , who argued that the school as an institution is dysfunctional for self-determined learning and serves the creation of a consumer society instead. Objection to the state and its institutions is sine qua non of anarchism.

Instead of people being able to control the aspects of their life, major decisions are taken by a small elite. Authority ultimately rests solely on power regardless if it is open or transparent as it still has the ability to coerce people. Another anarchist argument against states is that some people constituting a government, even the most altruistic among officials, will unavoidably seek to gain more power, leading to corruption. Anarchists consider the argument that the state is the collective will of people as a fairy tale since the ruling class is distinct from the rest of the society.

Anarchist perspectives towards violence have always been perplexed and controversial.

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Emma Goldman and Errico Malatesta , who were proponents of limited use of violence, were arguing that violence is merely a reaction to state violence as a necessary evil. Peace activist and anarchist April Carter argues that violence is incompatible with anarchism because it is mostly associated with the state and authority as violence is immanent to the state. As the state's capability to exercise violence is colossal nowadays, a rebellion or civil war would probably end in another authoritarian institute.

Anarchist tactics vary considerably. A broad categorization would be the preference of revolutionary tactics to destroy oppressive States and institutions or aiming to change society through evolutionary means. Revolutionary methods can take violent form as they did in past insurgencies i.

Anarchists also commonly employ direct action , which can take the form of disrupting and protesting against unjust hierarchies, or the form of self-managing their lives through the creation of counterinstitutions such as communes and non-hierarchical collectives. Another aspect of anarchist tactics is their aim to strengthen social bonds through common actions. Reclaiming public space by anarchists is another method of creating social spaces and creating squats in order to organise themselves.

During important events such as protests, when spaces are being occupied, they are often called " Temporary Autonomous Zones " TAZ. Moral and pragmatic criticism of anarchism includes allegations of utopianism, tacit authoritarianism and vandalism towards feats of civilization. Anarchism is evaluated as unfeasible or utopian by its critics, often in general and formal debate. European history professor Carl Landauer argued that social anarchism is unrealistic and that government is a "lesser evil" than a society without "repressive force".

He also argued that "ill intentions will cease if repressive force disappears" is an "absurdity". It also states that "some sort of 'court' system would still be necessary to deal with the remaining crimes and to adjudicate disputes between citizens". The anarchist tendency known as platformism has been criticized by Situationists , [] insurrectionaries , synthesis anarchists and others of preserving tacitly statist, authoritarian or bureaucratic tendencies.

In his essay On Authority , Friedrich Engels claimed that radical decentralization promoted by anarchists would destroy modern industrial civilization, citing an example of railways : []. Here too the co-operation of an infinite number of individuals is absolutely necessary, and this co-operation must be practised during precisely fixed hours so that no accidents may happen.

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Here, too, the first condition of the job is a dominant will that settles all subordinate questions, whether this will is represented by a single delegate or a committee charged with the execution of the resolutions of the majority of persona interested. In either case there is a very pronounced authority. Moreover, what would happen to the first train dispatched if the authority of the railway employees over the Hon. In the end, it is argued that authority in any form is a natural occurrence which should not be abolished. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Anarchists disambiguation.

Political philosophy that advocates self-governed societies. Schools of thought. Theory Practice. By region. Related topics. See also: Anarchist terminology. Main article: History of anarchism. Main article: Anarchist schools of thought. Main article: Mutualism economic theory. Main article: Collectivist anarchism. Main article: Anarcho-communism.

Anarchy Anti-authoritarianism Anti-capitalism Anti-statism Proletarian internationalism Class consciousness Class struggle Classless society Common ownership Common resources Commune Consensus democracy Co-operative economics Direct democracy Egalitarian community Free association Free store " From each according to his ability, to each according to his need ". Prefigurative politics Primitive communism Stateless communism Stateless society Workers' control Worker cooperative Workers' council Wage slavery.

Organizational forms. Insurrectionary anarchism Platformism Synthesis federations. Theoretical works. Anarchism Autonomism. Main article: Anarcho-syndicalism. Main article: Individualist anarchism. Main article: Contemporary anarchism. Main article: Anarcha-feminism. Main article: Issues in anarchism. Main article: Free love.

See also: Anarchism and issues related to love and sex and Queer anarchism. Main article: Anarchism and education. Main article: Anarchism and violence. See also: List of anarchist communities. It means that once industrial functions have taken over from political functions, then business transactions alone produce the social order" Personal possession remains only in the things you use.

Thus, your watch is your own, but the watch factory belongs to the people". An Overview of the Spanish Libertarian Movement. And to the degree that the CNT-FAI for the two organizations became fatally coupled after July exercised the major influence in an area, the collectives proved to be generally more durable, communist and resistant to Stalinist counterrevolution than other republican-held areas of Spain".

Anarcho-capitalists, even if they do reject the State, might therefore best be called right-wing libertarians rather than anarchists. The situation has been vastly complicated in recent decades with the rise of anarcho-capitalism, 'minimal statism' and an extreme right-wing laissez-faire philosophy advocated by such theorists as Murray Rothbard and Robert Nozick and their adoption of the words 'libertarian' and 'libertarianism'.

It has therefore now become necessary to distinguish between their right libertarianism and the left libertarianism of the anarchist tradition". Bakunin, Mikhail Aleksandrovich []. Statism and Anarchy. Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought. Translated by Shatz, Marshall. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Berkman, Alexander New York: Vanguard Press. Engels, Fredrick []. In Tucker, Robert C. The Marx-Engels reader 2nd ed. New York: Norton. Retrieved 18 March — via Marxists Internet Archive.

Godwin, William []. London: G. Guillaume, James []. In Dolgoff, Sam ed. Bakunin on Anarchy. New York: A. Dielo Trouda []. Translated by McNab, Nestor. The Nestor Makhno Archive. Retrieved 18 March Greene, William Batchelder Socialistic, Communistic, Mutualistic and Financial Fragments. Boston: Lee and Shepard. The Conquest of Bread. Edinburgh: AK Press. Anarchism: A Collection of Revolutionary Writings. Courier Dover Publications. Rae, John Contemporary Socialism. Scribner's sons. Rocker, Rudolf [].

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Anarcho-Syndicalism: Theory and Practice. AK Press. An Anarchist FAQ. AbdelRahim, Layla Halifax: Fernwood. New York: Routledge. Adams, Ian Political Ideology Today. Manchester University Press. Anderson, Benedict New Left Review. Archived from the original on 19 December Retrieved 7 January Avrich, Paul Princeton University Press. The Russian Anarchists. Stirling: AK Press. Bantman, Constance The Palgrave Handbook of Anarchism. Springer Publishing.

Bates, David In Paul Wetherly ed. Political Ideologies. Oxford University Press. Bolloten, Burnett University of North Carolina Press. Bookchin, Murray Bookchin, Murray [].

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The Anarchist Library. Brooks, Frank H. Transaction Publishers. Carter, April The Political Theory of Anarchism. Carlson, Andrew Anarchism in Germany. Metuchen: Scarecrow Press. Archived from the original on 24 October American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy. Chaliand, Gerard; Blin, Arnaud, eds. Christoyannopoulos, Alexandre Exeter: Imprint Academic.

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Copleston, Frederick Charles 1 January Debord, Guy Society of the Spectacle. Translated by Ken Knabb. London: Rebel Press. Denham, Diana PM Press. Archived from the original pdf on 22 June Barcelona: Virus Editorial. Dirlik, Arif Anarchism in the Chinese Revolution. Berkeley: University of California Press. Dodson, Edward The Discovery of First Principles. Esenwein, George Richard 1 January Anarchist Ideology and the Working-class Movement in Spain, University of California Press.

Everhart, Robert B Pacific Institute for Public Policy Research. Post-Anarchism: A Reader. Pluto Press. Sharp Press. Fidler, Geoffrey C. History of Education Quarterly. Flint, Colin Wiley-Blackwell published 23 April It fails because a good guy comes along, and events race along through a dream-world in which brave, red-blooded clear-minded conservative men come t EMMA a tough, sly thriller EMMA is a tough, sly book about home-grown terrorism. It fails because a good guy comes along, and events race along through a dream-world in which brave, red-blooded clear-minded conservative men come together to secure the situation in the nick of time while waving the flag.

This two-dimensional patriotism is rooted in a kind of island psychology created by our geographic isolation. But the really good spy novels are international, which is why the best ones in English have been written by Brits living cheek by jowl with the French, Germans et al. He understands the dirty little secret of how big business hooks up with politics and war, and lays it out.

He comes up with some rather shocking and intelligent stuff that keeps you reading, the funky reality of how things actually happen, and what happens when things go wrong. Emma Goldman was the leading anarchist of her time, a notoriously hard-nosed celeb who attempted to assassinate Henry Frick, a malefactor of great wealth. Between his tech aptitude and an attractive woman, he becomes involved with Anonymous. From there he graduates to EMMA, which does not limit itself to internet attacks.

While Cossack is living that life, Rick Clark, a guy not unlike himself in many ways, is working for the FBI, trying to figure out some curious assassinations in which the killing has been done by weapons associated with the victims, corporate execs in the military industrial complex and arms trade.

Like Cossack, he has an empty life until he becomes involved with and influenced by a woman with a mind of her own. The surgical assassination of war-profiteers is hard to get very excited about in this century, given the scale of their crimes.

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But EMMA turns to politically motivated mass murders, lifting the story to a desperate urgency in which hunter and hunted both seek a vicious, elusive psychopath who has seized the reins at EMMA. Which is interesting, because Segedy is professionally knowledgeable about computer technology. This book was not what I expected. With that out of the way, it was a really great look into motivations and minds.

What I thought was going to be an action packed running battle, was actually a trip through the pain wracked minds of Two men, who under other circumstances would find themselves working together. I won this in a giveaway. I found this book a bit challenging to read at first, because I had a preconceived notion of what to expect.

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I know, I know, never judge by the cover. Once I got This book was not what I expected. Once I got it through my head, that this was not an action book, but an exploration of the human Psyche, I flew thorough it. I believe if a reader recognizes that this novel is not supposed to be an action book, but a mystery story heavily influenced by the inner worlds of the main characters they will enjoy it.

The only two issues I ran into with this book, besides my assumptions, was that some of the flashback scenes are difficult to keep separate. Both Characters remember the same event from different point of views, but have the same emotional response, so it can be a bit difficult to recall who is having the memory. There are flashbacks for secondary characters, that really seem to do nothing for the story, and are not followed up on. Second, I was having trouble figuring out who some of the scenes were referring to.

It wasn't until the end that I believe i figured out what some of the scenes referred too, this was due to characters having duel identities, as these scenes, while well written seemed to have nothing to do with the overall story. Near the end it becomes apparent that the author is attempting to further illustrate the damage to the main characters emotional state. Overall, it was a nice read.

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Just do yourself a favor and make no assumptions about what you will be reading at any point in the book. Oct 17, Robb Bridson rated it liked it. Disclosure: I received this book at no charge from the author. I actually read the sequel "Our Darker Angel" first, so I had some idea of where the story was going beforehand, though not necessarily of the major plot twists. I think if you like this book, you'll like the sequel. I found it overall entertaining, but mostly in the way I find police procedural shows entertaining.

The writer is very good at crafting suspenseful scenes; the scenes of regular day to day human interaction are a bit tedio Disclosure: I received this book at no charge from the author. The writer is very good at crafting suspenseful scenes; the scenes of regular day to day human interaction are a bit tedious. It's more a plot-driven story than character-driven. However the most interesting arc of the story is built around its best developed character: Brent Cossack is the character you'll follow with interest both into his past and present.

The other characters are mostly cliches. The story's villain is particularly flat. He is basically a living political strawman existing to draw the ire of people regardless of political affiliation, with no redeeming qualities or development of any kind. The sequel has a better villain even if I thought that villain a little gimmicky. The myriad current events and pop-culture references, and their subsequent explanations, are awkward and damaging to immersion.

The plot points are interesting and developed well enough, unlike the characters, who play little more than tired cliches with stilted dialogue. Looking past this which is difficult , you'll find a reasonably competent Connelly-esque thriller novel with a few solid plot Michael Segedy's EMMA is a work with lots of potential, but ultimately held back by its topicality. Looking past this which is difficult , you'll find a reasonably competent Connelly-esque thriller novel with a few solid plot twists.

While the realistic 'what-if' nature of the novel provides a lot of its draw, I wish Segedy had left the world it occupies a little more ambiguous. The best novels don't carry their publication date within their pages, and in EMMA's struggle to carve a niche, it dates itself all too well. Oct 10, Ursula rated it it was amazing. Elmore Leonard will be sorely missed. The book just may make you reflect Elmore Leonard will be sorely missed.

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