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Quote is so vague and pompuous... Was it written by yet another pedantic pseudo-intellectual of the pan-academic ilk? Let's head what this guy had to say about art and nature:

"Art is not merely an imitation of the reality of nature, but in truth a metaphysical supplement to the reality of nature, placed alongside thereof for its conquest." - Freddy Nietzsche

But on to this text. You are the one who's assuming that anarchy is some illumination projected into another time/space, like the light at the end of a tunnel. I reject this idealist, abstract view.

My anarchy, if an impulse, lies in my condition of conflict with the group, or human society. All its absurdity, incoherence, arbitrariness is rooted in herd dynamics, that rely on authoritarian patterns. This web of deception -set up by control freaks- is what alienates us from WHAT IS, not from what things should/could be.

Anarchy is there, already, in nature. So my impulse has to do with the anger at people abstracting themselves from nature in order to seek to dominate it. Any civilization built upon this principle of abstraction is wrong, deceitful and deserves to be negated. The need for anarchy exists because of its order. Here's why there used to be no "anarchism" before the industrial era, even if there were some clearly anarchistic/democratic tendencies.

My anarchy comes from being a vagabond, a thief, a swindler of bureaucracies, a squatter and occasional saboteur/vandal. I can't think of any other lived anarchy within this society that makes any sense, has any credibility.