critique

  1. The Abolition of Work (Bob Black)
  2. Against the Corpse Machine: Defining A Post-Leftist Anarchist Critique of Violence (Ashen Ruins)
  3. Anarchism And Other Impediments To Anarchy (Bob Black)
  4. Anarchism and Political Theory: Contemporary Problems (Uri Gordon)
  5. Anarchism = Zerzan? (Michael Albert)
  6. Anarchist Aesthetics: A Few Notes Towards a Libertarian View of the Arts (Kingsley Widmer)
  7. An Anarchist Critique of the Iraq War (Peter Gelderloos)
  8. An Anarchist Defense of Pornography (Boston Anarchist Drinking Brigade)
  9. Anarchist Epistemology (Pendleton Vandiver)
  10. An Anarchist FAQ (01/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  11. An Anarchist FAQ (02/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  12. An Anarchist FAQ (03/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  13. An Anarchist FAQ (04/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  14. An Anarchist FAQ (05/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  15. An Anarchist FAQ (06/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  16. An Anarchist FAQ (07/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  17. An Anarchist FAQ (08/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  18. An Anarchist FAQ (09/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  19. An Anarchist FAQ (10/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  20. An Anarchist FAQ (11/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  21. An Anarchist FAQ (12/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  22. An Anarchist FAQ (13/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  23. An Anarchist FAQ (14/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  24. An Anarchist FAQ (15/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  25. An Anarchist FAQ (16/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  26. An Anarchist FAQ (17/17) (The Anarchist FAQ Editorial Collective)
  27. An Anarchist Review of Change the World without Taking Power by John Holloway (Wayne Price)
  28. Anarchists in Wonderland: The Topsy-Turvy World (Peter Staudenmaier)
  29. Anarchists must say what only anarchists can say (Monsieur Dupont)
  30. Anarchy after Leftism (Bob Black, Jason McQuinn)
  31. Anarchy: Breaking Up With Socialism (Bobby Whittenberg-James)
  32. Anarchy Without Road Maps or Adjectives (Aragorn!)
  33. Animal Liberation: Devastate to Liberate, or Devastatingly Liberal? (Anonymous)
  34. Anthropology and John Zerzan: A Brief Critique (Anonymous)
  35. The Anti-Anarchist Conspiracy: An Empirical Test (Bob Black)
  36. Anti-civ Gatherings: Reports from “Green Anarchist” (Anonymous, Green Anarchist, Rusty Nail)
  37. Anti-Semitism and the Beirut Pogrom (Fredy Perlman)
  38. Armed Joy (Alfredo M. Bonanno)
  39. Articles from “Machete” #1 (Anonymous, Benjamin Péret, Émile Armand, Ricardo Flores Magón, Zo d’Axa)
  40. Barbarians: the disordered insurgence (Crisso and Odoteo)
  41. Barbaric Thoughts: On a Revolutionary Critique of Civilization (Wolfi Landstreicher)
  42. Beware of White-Dressed Cops: Some Italian rioters contrast Ya Basta!s Image with the Reality (Anonymous)
  43. Beyond the Structure of Synthesis (g.c.)
  44. Biocentrism: Ideology Against Nature (Anonymous)
  45. Bombing the Sky, and Other Solutions for Global Warming (Max Lieberman)
  46. Bridging the Unbridgeable Chasm: On Bookchin’s Critique of the Anarchist Tradition (John Clark)
  47. Che Guevara: why anarchists should view him critically (Lucien van der Walt, Organise!)
  48. Chomsky as Chávez’s Clown (Octavio Alberola)
  49. The Coming Insurrection (comité invisible)
  50. Commodity Fetishism: an introduction to I.I. Rubin’s Essay on Marx’s Theory of Value (Fredy Perlman)
  51. The Continuing Appeal of Nationalism (Fredy Perlman)
  52. The Continuing Appeal of Nationalism among Anarchists (Anonymous)
  53. Contrast (Ret Marut)
  54. Crashing the Tea Party (Bobby Whittenberg-James)
  55. A Crime Called Freedom: The Writings of Os Cangaceiros (Volume One) (Os Cangaceiros)
  56. Critical Analysis of the Left: Lets Clean House (Joaquin Cienfuegos)
  57. A Critical History of Harrisonburg Food Not Bombs (Peter Gelderloos)
  58. Critique of Chrisso and Odeteo’s BARBARIANS (Frére Dupont)
  59. A Critique of Half-Assed Radicalism (Héme)
  60. A Critique of Syndicalist Methods (Alfredo M. Bonanno)
  61. DAM Rank and Fileists! (Subversion)
  62. Debunking Nonsense in the Anarchist Movement (Chuck Munson)
  63. Decentralism, Centralism, Marxism, and Anarchism (Wayne Price)
  64. Deconstructing the Columbus Myth (Ward Churchill)
  65. Democracy and Anarchy (Errico Malatesta)
  66. Demoralizing Moralism: The Futility of Fetishized Values (Jason McQuinn)
  67. Derrida’s Deconstruction Of Authority (Saul Newman)
  68. Desert (Anonymous)
  69. A Dialog on Primitivism (Alex Trotter, Jason McQuinn, John Zerzan, Lawrence Jarach, Micheal William)
  70. Eclipse and Re-Emergence of the Communist Movement (François Martin, Gilles Dauvé)
  71. The End of Arrogance: Decentralization and Anarchist Organizing (Curious George Brigade)
  72. Feral Revolution (Feral Faun)
  73. Fragments of a Reformist Anarchism (Wayne Price)
  74. French Marxists and Their Anthropology (Pierre Clastres)
  75. From Politics to Life: Ridding anarchy of the leftist millstone (Wolfi Landstreicher)
  76. The Fullness of a struggle without adjectives (Canenero)
  77. Gender Disobedience: Antifeminism and Insurrectionist Non-dialogue (Lilith)
  78. The Ghost of Anarcho-Syndicalism (Murray Bookchin)
  79. Have You Heard the News? (Aragorn!)
  80. History, Civilization, and Progress: Outline for a Criticism of Modern Relativism (Murray Bookchin)
  81. Hold Your Tongue Demagogue: Turning A Deaf Ear To Pure Bufe-oonery (Brian Kane, Lawrence Jarach)
  82. If you want to destroy his sweater... Beef with Derrick, unraveled. (Kevin Tucker)
  83. Illyria Street Commune (Fredy Perlman)
  84. Imputationism (Bob Black)
  85. The Incredible Lameness of Left-Anarchism (Jason McQuinn, Peter Staudenmaier)
  86. The Individual, Society and the State (Emma Goldman)
  87. Insurrection vs. Organization (Peter Gelderloos)
  88. Irrationalism: Steve Booth Against “The Machine” (Black Flag)
  89. Is primitivism realistic? An anarchist reply to John Zerzan and others (Andrew Flood)
  90. Is that a singularity in your pocket or are you just happy to see me enslaved?: Transhumanism’s class problem (Phoenix Insurgent)
  91. John Zerzan and the primitive confusion (Alain C.)
  92. John Zerzan and the primitive confusion, by En Attendant: A Review (Paul Petard)
  93. Letter from the Prison of Lille-Séquedin (France) (Isa)
  94. Letter to the anarchist galaxy (Anonymous)
  95. Liberate not Exterminate (Curious George Brigade)
  96. Lines in Sand (Peter Gelderloos)
  97. Listen, Anarchist! (Chaz Bufe)
  98. Listen, Marxist! (Murray Bookchin)
  99. Locating An Indigenous Anarchism (Aragorn!)
  100. Manual for Revolutionary Leaders (Fredy Perlman, Lorraine Perlman)
  101. A Maoist Attack on Anarchism (Wayne Price)
  102. Mayday, May Day: Critiquing Mayday 2000 as a Political ‘Racket’ (Anonymous)
  103. More Modesty All Around: on Barclay’s The State (Bob Black)
  104. “More, Much More” and other writings (Massimo Passamani)
  105. Municipal Dreams: Social Ecological Critique of Bookchin’s Politics (John Clark)
  106. My Anarchism Problem (Bob Black)
  107. The Myth of “Natural Law” (Iain MacSaorsa)
  108. Myths and Legends — Che Guevara (Organise!)
  109. The new EF! Genetics/toxics/whatever it is campaign (Henry O’Mad)
  110. Nihilist Communism (Monsieur Dupont)
  111. No Globalisation... and a good few ‘no’s when it comes to anti-globalisation too! (Anonymous)
  112. A Non-European Anarchism (Aragorn!)
  113. Notes on Summits and Counter-Summits (Some Roveretan anarchists)
  114. Notes towards an (anarchist? feminist?) critique of (anarchism? feminism?) (Caitlin Hewitt-White)
  115. The Occupation of art and gentrification (Anonymous)
  116. Only a Tsunami Will Do: For a Post-Feminist Anarchy (Rita Katrina-Andrews)
  117. On Marxist Ideas of Change (Frére Dupont)
  118. On the International Workingmen’s Association and Karl Marx (Michail Bakunin)
  119. On the radical virtues of being left alone; deconstructing Staudenmaier (Lawrence Jarach)
  120. On the Road with CWS (dot matrix)
  121. The Palestinian Struggle and the Anarchist Dilemma (Wayne Price)
  122. People Without Government (Brian Morris)
  123. Post-Affluence Anarchy: A Dialogue (Jeremy Brecher, Murray Bookchin)
  124. The Poverty of Primitivism (Ken Knabb)
  125. Primitivism, anarcho-primitivism and anti-civilisationism: criticism (Andrew Flood)
  126. Primitivism: An Illusion with No Future (Stephen Booth)
  127. A primitivist response to Andrew Flood’s question: Is primitivism realistic? (Nihilo Zero)
  128. Progress and Nuclear Power: The Destruction of the Continent and Its Peoples (Fredy Perlman)
  129. Quit While You’re Ahead (Bob Black)
  130. Random Notes on “Call” (Anonymous)
  131. Rank-and-File Radicalism within the Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s (John Zerzan)
  132. Reflections on decentralism (George Woodcock)
  133. Reflections on Privilege, Reformism, and Activism: A response to sasha k’s “‘Activism’ and ‘Anarcho-Purism’” (Chris Dixon)
  134. Response to a Trotskyist (ISO) Criticism of Anarchism (Wayne Price)
  135. A Review of The “Tyranny of Structurelessness”: An organizationalist repudiation of anarchism (Jason McQuinn)
  136. Reviews (dot matrix)
  137. Revolution, or Self-Managed Capitalism? (Wildcat)
  138. The Sad Truth: Femme aux Bananes (Woman with Bananas) (Michael William)
  139. Second-Best Life: Real Virtuality (John Zerzan)
  140. “Secularism,” the Celestial City and the Revolutionary Left (Khaled Satour)
  141. Shamanism, Anarchy and the End of the World (Dave Hanson)
  142. Smokestack Lightning (Bob Black)
  143. Social Anarchism or Lifestyle Anarchism: An Unbridgeable Chasm (Murray Bookchin)
  144. Social Ecology versus Deep Ecology: A Challenge for the Ecology Movement (Murray Bookchin)
  145. Socialism: Caught in the Political Trap (Emma Goldman)
  146. Spain 1936, the end of anarchist syndicalism? (Anonymous)
  147. Stirner’s Critics (Max Stirner)
  148. Ten Theses on the Proliferation of Egocrats (Fredy Perlman)
  149. The Incoherence of the Intellectual (Fredy Perlman)
  150. The Truth About Primitive Life: A Critique of Anarchoprimitivism (Ted Kaczynski)
  151. Trying for Springs (dot matrix)
  152. The Two Main Trends in Anarchism (Wayne Price)
  153. Us (Zo d’Axa)
  154. Whatever You Do, Get Away with It (Jason McQuinn)
  155. What is “Makhaevism”? (Paul Avrich)
  156. What is Wrong with this Picture? A critique of a neo-futurist’s vision of the decline of work (Bob Black)
  157. What Makes Mainstream Media Mainstream (Noam Chomsky)
  158. Whither Anarchism? A Reply to Recent Anarchist Critics (Murray Bookchin)
  159. Who is Chomsky? (John Zerzan)
  160. Why is it That Others Feel No Interest For Us? (Frére Dupont)
  161. Why We’re Not Members of NEFAC: Some thoughts on Anarchist Organization (Anonymous)
  162. Willful Disobedience Volume 2, number 7 (Anonymous, Michele Pontolillo, Willful Disobedience)
  163. Willful Disobedience Volume 2, number 8 (Anonymous, C.G., Val Basilio, Willful Disobedience)
  164. Willful Disobedience Volume 3, number 2 (Anonymous, Canenero, Marco Camenish, Massimo Passamani, Willful Disobedience)
  165. Willful Disobedience Volume 3, number 4 (Alfredo M. Bonanno, Anonymous, Benedetto Gallucci, Canenero, Terra Selvaggia, Willful Disobedience)
  166. Willful Disobedience Volume 3, number 5 (Anonymous, Massimo Passamani)
  167. Willful Disobedience Volume 4, number 2 (Anonymous, Guerra Sociale, Insurgent-S, Massimo Passamani)
  168. Withered Anarchism (Bob Black)
  169. Words of Power (Bob Black)
  170. Worker’s Autonomy (Alfredo M. Bonanno, Kronstadt Editions)
  171. You Can’t Blow up a Social Relationship... But you can have fun trying! (Bob Black)