The deeper problem is that most people are cognitively lazy -- they don't want to do the work of managing associations with a vast panopoly of different people, per context, they'd rather inherit some defaults, like a managed group.
But this is a well known barrier to the much harder path of anarchism. People like statism and power relations more generally because they involve cognitive simplifications. People have a pull within them *away* from agency. They don't like real choice or freedom.
@rechelon I both agree and disagree. To me anarchism, rather than a state of mind, is at first the most efficient and non-oppressive mean of resolution for human conflicts (which come naturally, and it's a good thing actually)
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