David Graeber: The impossible anthropology and the possible anarchy
These reflections in memory of David Graeber focus on some of the moments in his work that show at the same time certain objective limits of anthropology and the hidden strength of a political philosophy such as anarchism. It is his militant ethnography of social movements and his idea of everyday life communism: the first suggests me that there is an impossible anthropology; the second instead that anarchy is possible.
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