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You're reading: Ukrainian barbarism: Force without freedom and law

Immanuel
Kant gives the easy answer, who named four kinds of government. The one that
describes Ukraine’s reality best is called barbarism, or force without freedom
and law. Interestedly the most preferable way of organization according to
common sense and Kantian definition would be anarchy, which is law and freedom
without force. Yet he believed that the law is only an “empty
recommendation” without force.

But still it differs much from the opinion that
gained  general acceptance according to which anarchy is a form of chaos. 

In reality anarchism is generally defined as the
political philosophy which holds the state to be immoral and propagates
stateless societies based on non-hierarchical organizations and voluntary
associations.

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