Edit: I'm just gonna list the recommendations I found interesting for my future reference Proudhon - One of the first anarchists. Wrote a lot about mutualism and tried to come up with mechanisms...
Edit: I'm just gonna list the recommendations I found interesting for my future reference
Proudhon - One of the first anarchists. Wrote a lot about mutualism and tried to come up with mechanisms to share resources based on usufruct
The Dispossessed -Describes an alternate society. Supposedly written more like an anthropological study than a narrative
No God's, No Masters - Written by David Graber, who also wrote the 3 Problems with the Revolution
The Dawn of Everything - Talks about the organization structures of early societies
Participatory Economics - Talks about economic organization without compulsion
Walkaway - Recommended when I mentioned stealth anarchism
I'm gonna be honest, I'm pretty sick of all the existing forms of politics. Conservatives, liberals, progressives, libertarians, I dont feel like I jive with any of them.
The closest thing I've found to a philosophy I can get behind is anarchism, but I'm not really a fan of revolutionary anarchism either. I'm interested in just discussion of the constructive aspects of it. Like how the alternative vision of the world they advocate for works in practice, and what different options there are for implementation.
I find it hard to really get into, because whenever I try to read up on any kind of political philosophy I run into the people who are trying to evangelize and it just really turns me off to the whole thing.
Does anyone have some good reading recommendations that skip past trying to recruit people, and just is a good discussion?