antiauthoritarian


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opposed to authoritarianism

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Ramnath M (2011) Decolonizing Anarchism: An Antiauthoritarian History of India's Liberation Struggle.
Kesey comes across as someone who was intelligent enough to sense imminent cultural changes: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest "perfectly captured the antiauthoritarian pulse of the times" (p.
This antiauthoritarian tendency can be traced to early, libertarian "hacker culture" among engineers and computer scientists in the 1960s and 1970s, many of whose ethical commitments (knowledge sharing, open-source design, strong individualism and self-reliance, unrestricted access to knowledge and technology as the foundations of a good society) are still evident in contemporary Internet culture (Turner, 2006).
His antiauthoritarian vision cut across the normal categories of left and right.
Arico identifies a disconnect between Latin America and Marxism, and finds its origins in Marx's writings, rather than in Marxism itself, spotlighting particularly Marx's antiauthoritarian and anti-Bonapartist political prejudice (from which viewpoint he analyzed Simon Bolivar), and argues that it negatively influenced Marx's view of Latin America itself.
Gifford reveals how Goines simultaneously worked within the confines of mass-market publishing and also actively attempted to transform the political and affective power of the genre in his assertion that "Goines nevertheless transformed the pimp narrative into a story of black radicalism, thereby making the antiwhite, antiauthoritarian politics of the pimp autobiography an explicit part of this literary scene" (95).
164) At the same time, the presence of enslaved persons in the pews highlighted and challenged the antiauthoritarian assumptions of lay empowerment.
Another question is whether the authors' own antiauthoritarian sensibilities are reliable guides to what the liberal values of freedom and equality might mean under Zambia's historical conditions.
This weakened credibility intensifies antiauthoritarian attitudes, rumor, and manipulation on microblogs.
Both right-wing votaries of the clash of civilizations as well as more progressively inclined critics of humanism miss out, Said argues, on what has long been characteristic of all cultures, namely "that there is a strong streak of radical antiauthoritarian dissent in them.
Based on the possible scenarios, and given the range of socio-political responses to these, anarchists today possess at least two opportunities in practicing an antiauthoritarian politics of technology.
The most antiauthoritarian figure in mainstream American politics, who said what he thought without giving a damn, he looked and sounded as Western as Arizona, the state he represented in the Senate.
His antiauthoritarian streak shines through as he chronicles his idyllic youth in New York City and his discovery of love.
The Internet and social media add to this environment by allowing those with antiauthoritarian feelings to communicate with others who share their beliefs, capitalizing on what Audrey Cronin calls "a global explosion in chaotic connectivity.
However, it has been argued that virtually all major counseling and psychotherapy theories have a decidedly individualistic, antiauthoritarian, and emancipatory cast (Fancher, 1995; Gergen, 2009).