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perlman suggests that some medieval heretical christian sects (e.g beguines) had anarchistic tendencies in against his-story. they rebelled against church and society through a primitivist impulse (a move away from complexity and abstraction). vaneigem has a book in the same vein, the movement of the free spirit, which i havent read.

if theres going to be any kind of anarchist spirituality i think it will be a mutation of something that already exists. aaragorn! had an essay about making your own indigenous animism by squatting next to a river and making up a new grunt language, which is a nice thought, but i think the desire for a tabula rasa on which to build something completely new is utopian. i cant see myself becoming any kind of christian either.

like le way, i think there are parts of buddhism that have potential