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  1. While Robert Hanna's work attempts to reinterpret Kant himself in an anarchist vein and propose political anarchism alongside with philosophical anarchism, this one focuses on Kantians (Ripstein and others) and refutation of their arguments in favor of political obligation.

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  2. This work by is a refutation of Kantian statism and attempts to approach the problem from the perspective of philosophical anarchism, arguing that the state is not conceptually necessary for Kantian freedom and justice

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  4. Short paper arguing that Josiah Warren's idea of equitable commerce may have had roots in Mediaeval theories of just price and debates surrounding it, which, if true, gives new context to his writings. Might be of interest to ,

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  5. Great paper by and R. Candela tracing back the history of intellectual tradition of analytical anarchism and highlighting 2 approaches - exclusionary and inclusionary - to illustrating case studies of anarchy by Peter Leeson and

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  6. New article analyzing anarchic stonemason communities of Old Believers in 18th-century Russia using the framework of Peter Leeson. I see lots of interesting similarities to what James C. Scott wrote about Zomia. Valuable research, & we need more.

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  7. Interesting article by about the life and ideas of Alexei Borovoy, an unjustly forgotten Russian "anarcho-humanist" Might be of interest to and

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