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The problem in my mind is not the generalized analysis but the blind acceptance of it. Anti-capitalism is a generalization, feminist opposition to patriarchy is a generalization. Anarchist critiques of the state are generalizations. If you instead of using a generalized critique of the state, look at each and every state to determine of you like it, I think it's missing the way that all states operate. But in addition to the ways all states operate, yes you can add to that analysis by looking at specific examples, and specific manifestations of these generalized functions. But I don't understand the point of ignoring the generalized functionals.