Мюррей Букчин: цитаты

There are no hierarchies in nature other than those imposed by hierarchical modes of human thought, but rather differences merely in function between and within living things.

Almost anyone, I suppose, can call himself or herself an anarchist, if he or she believed that the society could be managed without the state.

The assumption that what currently exists must necessarily exist is the acid that corrodes all visionary thinking.

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