According to FUNKTIONARY, THE KEY HOLDERS ENPSYCHLOPEDIA:
anarchism - the revolutionary idea that no one is more qualified than you are to decide what your life will be and who you will voluntarily cooperate, plan, work, and play with. 2) opposition and/or resistance to coercive behavior and oppressive societal control and obsessions with truth and law devoid of reality. 3) Self-governance. In anarchism, the fictitious entity "Corporate State" does not entirely disappear; it simply dissolves into the people. The people absorb the state and take up its funktions (turn its functions into funktions and its functionaries into funktionaries) as a part of their everyday existence. So, as Outkast, sung by Macy Gray would say, "Get up, get out and do something.. .don't let the days of your life pass you by, because you and I got to do for you and I." The intelligent goal of anarchism is not to abolish "government," i.e.. Corporate State, rather make it so obviously obsolete as a construct for sane human development and the evolution of consciousness. Anarchism postulates: Live your life however you see fit as long as you don't injure (hurt or harm) others. "The more corrupt the State, the more numerous the laws." -Tacitus (55-117 A.D.) Anarchism is about Living Large Now. (See: Hierarchy, Chump Change, Dumbmocracy, Living Large, Statutes, Symbiocracy, Lovesign, Corporate State & Mutual Aid)
anarchist - one to whom Liberation (Freedom via Se/f-government) is not only the goal but also the means of achieving it. 2) one who lives the hierarchy-free philosophy of Anarchy as a more practical and enlightened approach to life without violence or using the threat of violence to achieve individual, social and economic ends. 3) one who believes that humans are capable of educating themselves to a level of social consciousness sufficient for self-government. An anarchist is anyone who puts his or her real conscience above the unreal (legal fiction) known as "the State." "Anarchists do it with freedom."
anarchy - (originating from the Greek)—a condition opposite to that of rule(rship), i.e., without rule(rs). Commonly misunderstood to mean to be without order or within an atmosphere of terror and social disorder. 2) a philosophy of resistance to, and criticism of, all statist laws and authoritarianism whose power derives from force; the theory that all forms of so-called "government" rest on violence, and are therefore wrong, limiting, and harmful, as well as unnecessary. 3) equality in freedom— equal freedom (absence of force, ergo rule over) for all. 4) order without rule. 5) human energy systems and the relationships between them organized organically from the bottom upwards and from the center (Self) outwards, with wider voluntary arrangements (mutual aid) being agreed upon via negotiation between autonomous men and women. 6) the social expression of freedom and voluntary action as a way of life. 7) hue-man ecology. 8) Natural World Order. 9) the refusal to be ruled by as well as a refusal to rule over. 10) individual autonomy. Anarchy is a nobler condition of the law of nature attuned to reality, not subject to the deification of absolute truth and the codification of coercion (legislation and law). Anarchy is ending imposed coercion while eliminating hierarchies—the goal of which is to allow an ordered society to organically form through voluntary agreements wherein men, women and children are free from coercion—imposed, implied or tacit. Anarchy, like jazz; is the continuous creation of social forms through contact and mutually beneficial interaction. Anarchy is not chaos; it is a natural economy—a spontaneously order(ing), not unlike funk(adelic). The real threat to authoritarianism is knowledge, not crime. Anarchy arises with the liberation of individuality and freedom from the mind; chaos arises, erupts, or builds up from the repression of individuality and misidentification with the mind and attachment to the thoughts passed through the mind. Judges 21:25 states: "In those days Israel had no king; everyone did as they saw fit." In the Old Testament, it is written that God not only preferred that we live without a government; he actually saw government as a curse. In the New Testament, we only need to refer to Luke 6:31, widely known as the ethical golden-rule, to see that anarchy is held with high esteem on high. Sleep through the facts and the truth filtered through another well-established lie retracts. (See: Amorphy, Isonomy, Authoritarianism, Platinum Rule, Isocracy, Crimethlnc, Justice, Equality, Authoritarianism, Control, Golden Rule, Government, Citizens, Liberty, Liberation, Hierarchies, Freedom, Violence, Voluntary Exchange, Economies, Complyometrics & Acephalous)