Replying to LO29141 --
Who doesn't lead an anarchy? We're all trying to make sense of our
environment - anarchy, chaos, equivocality, uncertainty, surprise being
the natural state - and organizing seems to offer a smart way out. The
more organized we become, however, the more we want to control, the more
we run the risk of running into a revolution, an anarchy. In Orwell's
Animal Farm there emerge bosses, masters because the animals (? are they
animals) were unable to manage leadership and let anarchy "rule".
Perhaps "Lord of the Flies" is a better example.
Wayne Smith wrote:
>Who leads an anarchy?
>As with Orwell's animal farm' a leader will always emerge
Jan Lelie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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