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To me, it's like the out of order logos, with plenty of reason and old-fashioned individualistic romance. The war machine doesn't mean that it only wants to fight, but in any case, it should be the first. But as you hinted, it seems to have a very narrow understanding of combat. Is this a representation? I don't know. It seems to deliberately present itself as a myth. I don't know anything about it.
I've been thinking about that lately, and about David Graber. These things are very complicated when they are intertwined.
In addition, I checked the meaning of Anarch“:1660s, a deliciously paradoxical word used by Milton, Pope, Byron”, which means "leader of leaderlessness". In fact, it's a good title, I think...