Saw your building on a recent trip to Melb. & think I have much in common with your principles as read above. I belong to an (unnamed) organisation in Melb. with whom you could hopefully share ideas, I gave a talk on their views (& mine) to a U3A Philosophy Group here in Euroa last year & I will attach a printout below for your consideration & hopefully, comment.

I look forward to attending one of your meetings when I can make it.

Best wishes,

Mal Booth (Euroa).

Interesting point but how does this square with the fact that force is required to hold property as your own in the first place? Otherwise why have police, fences, security guards …

]]>In mathematics there are examples of non-hierarchical orders (a lattice for instance). So from that we can disprove the proposition that an order requires an hierarchy. Essentially there is at least one mathematical example of that not being the case.

So having established that we can talk of non-hierarchical orders it is entirely appropriate and necessary to discuss the definition of anarchy as a social order or group of orders that are not hierarchic.

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