Two Styles of Anti-Statist Subjectivity | Alejandro de Acosta
Things that seem sacred—sacred for centuries and accepted by everyone—such as the "reality" of God, the economy or the State—are the very things you must learn to suspect and inquire into. In this pamphlet, the sly anti-theoretician Alejandro de Acosta exposes the State as an insubstantial shadow of the mind—an idol built of words, words, words and more words by our foes and conquerors. The overbearing domination of the State over the individual is the central menace and danger of our times (and year by year its exactions become more merciless), yet the domination of the State begins with our lamb-like, subjective belief in it.
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