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Mapping the landscape between pacifism and anarchism: accusations, rejoinders, and mutual resonances

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posted on 2024-05-10, 15:59 authored by Alexandre ChristoyannopoulosAlexandre Christoyannopoulos

Pacifism and anarchism share some territory and have cross-pollinated in various historical contexts, with anarcho-pacifism and its proponents illustrating the fertility of this common ground. Nonetheless, pacifism and anarchism are also distinct traditions and movements, with voices in each holding serious reservations and criticisms of the other. To date, however, no study has systematically mapped this territory between pacifism and anarchism, plotting the fault lines and contiguities – in other words, identifying and critically discussing the accusations, potential rejoinders and mutual resonances, and with a degree of rigour and detail that reaches beyond the superficial caricatures that can hinder such discussions. The aim of the article is to address this oversight. [...]

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  • Social Sciences and Humanities

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  • International Relations, Politics and History

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The British Journal of Politics and International Relations

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SAGE Publications

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  • AM (Accepted Manuscript)

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Acceptance date

2024-05-07

ISSN

1369-1481

eISSN

1467-856X

Language

  • en

Depositor

Dr Alexandre Christoyannopoulos. Deposit date: 7 May 2024

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