Box 13, item 986: Notes and cuttings on residue of anarchism

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Box 13, item 986: Notes and cuttings on residue of anarchism

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Typescript and handwritten chapters. Includes photocopy of pages from Ritter A (1980) Anarchism : a theoretical analysis, Cambridge University Press. Published work redacted from access file (PDF) due to copyright restrictions. Title in collection finding aid: Bundle of notes and cuttings - marked 'Residue of Anarkism file'.

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The University of Queensland's Richard Sylvan Papers UQFL291, Box 13, item 986

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This item was identified for digitisation at the request of The University of Queensland's 2020 Fryer Library Fellow, Dr. N.A.J. Taylor.

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According to a rival encyclopaedia, however,

The world "anarchy" described a stateless society was for the
st time by Louis
Armand de Labort_ in his iVoreveMMS vogage^ dans /' Amer/iya^cptentr/ena/e
(1703), describing thb\Indians living in a society without state, laws, pilons, priests?
private property, in sho in anarchy" (Lehiing p.71).

A glance at the OED reveals the falsityx?f these interesting contentions [detail]^

]^rimary works
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Drigina/ and esposifary worEs

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o/ ideas

Textbooks
textbook anarchism, which takes a jauhdiccd-view-ofit^--

REFERENCES
J. Bumheim, 'Democracy, nation states and the world system', in NFD pp.218-239.

D. Heid, and C. Pollitt, New Forms o/Democracy, Sage, London 1986; referred to as NFD.
J.W. Gough, 77ie Soria/ Conlraci: a critical study of its development, Oxford, Claredon Press,
1936.
A Gramsci, 'The intellectuals' and 'The modern prison' in Se/ections /rom die Prison
NoieAooAs (ed. Q. Hoare and G.N. Smith), International Publishers, New York, 1971.

D. Mannison and others (eds.), Environment/ PAi/o^opAy, Research School of Social Science,
Australian National University, 1980; referred to as EP.
D. Miller, AnarcA/sm, J.M. Dent and Sons, London, 1984; referred to as M.
D. Mitrany, TAeEnnctiona/ TAeory o/*Po/il/cs, Martin Robertson, London, 1975.

A. Naess and associates, Democracy, /deo/ogy and Oh/'ecdv/ly, Oslo University Press,
Norway, 1956.
R. and V. Routley, 'The irrefutability of anarchism', Soc/a/ A/ternat/vcs,

R. and V. Routley, 'Social theories, self-management and environmental problems', in EP;
referred to as SM.

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R. Sylvan, and D. Bennett, 'On Utopias, Tao and Deep Ecology',
Z^apgry in
ZTnvAvnnt^nta/ PAi/oyopAy, #19, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National
University, 1990.

R.P. Wolff, Zn De/ence o/*AnarcAM?n, Harper & Row, New York, 1970.
ADDITIONAL SOURCES

P. Nursey-Bray, an Annotate BiAAograpAy o/*AnarcAtynt , Greenwood Press, 1992.

REFERENCES
J. Bumheim, 'Democracy, nation states and the world system", in NFD pp.218-239.

D. Held, and C. Pollitt, New Forms <9/Democracy, Sage, London 1986; referred to as NFD.
J.W. Gough, TAe Social Contract a critical study of its development, Oxford, Claredon Press,
1936.
A Gramsci, The intellectuals' and 'The modern prison' in Se/eczAms /ram tAe Prison
AoteAooAs (ed. Q. Hoare and G.N. Smith), International Publishers, New York, 1971.
D. Mannison and others (eds.), Fnvironmenra/ PAdosopAy, Research School of Social Science,
Australian National University, 1980; referred to as EP.
D. Miller, AnarcAism, J.M. Dent and Sons, London, 1984; referred to as M.
D. Mitrany, TAe Functional TAeory o/Po/itics, Martin Robertson, London, 1975.

A. Naess and associates, Democracy, /deo/ogy and OAyectivity, Oslo University Press,

Primary works
Original and espositary worAs

Secondary works
#istories and Ais/ories o/ ideas

Textbooks
Textbook anarchism, which takes a jaundiced view of it.?

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Norway, 1956.

R. and V. Routley, 'The irrefutability of anarchism', 5acta/ A/ternahvey,
R. and V. Routley, 'Social theories, self-management and environmental problems', in EP;
referred to as SM.
R. Sylvan, and D. Bennett, 'On Utopias, Tao and Deep Ecology', Dtycayytan Papery tn
jEnvtronmenfa/ P/w/ayapAy, #19, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National
University, 1990, rc

R.P. Wolff, /n De/ence p/Anarc/ny/n, Harper & Row, New York, 1970.
ADDITIONAL SOURCES

P. Nursey-Bray, an AnnotareJPtbPograpAy o/AnarcAiy/n , Greenwood Press, 1992.

The following has been redacted from access file (PDF) due to copyright restrictions.
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Richard Sylvan, “Box 13, item 986: Notes and cuttings on residue of anarchism,” Antipodean Antinuclearism, accessed May 18, 2024, https://nuclearharm.org/items/show/69.

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