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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Kirill Sachivets
Post-anarchism: doctrine and critique
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
This paper examines a new political ideology as "post-anarchism" . During the last years in certain countries are increasingly conducted scientific discussion about the need to update anarchist thought and the formation of "post-anarchism" theory. The increase in the discourse on "post-anarchism" popularity are directly dependent on the changes that have taken place in society over the past decade. Author this study aims to reveal the concept postanarhizma determine its nature and essence as well as highlight the basic concepts for this purpose, the author refers to the writings of such thinkers, pioneers post-anarchist ideology as Saul Newman Todd May and Lewis Call Based on the analysis post-anarchist doctrine author of the study He comes to the conclusion that the conditional post-anarchism can be defined as anarchist ideology updated post-structuralistic and post-modernistic ideas and refreshed classic anarhist theory, possible only under the condition that this ideology absorbs post-structuralism meet the realities and demands of the modern society concept Although post-anarhism ideology is very young political ideology it has not escaped criticism in the scientific community that demonstrates the need for further study of this issue

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