History of anarchism IV
by Heinz Duthel
"Common to all Anarchists is the desire to free society of all political and social coercive institutions which stand in the way of the development of a free humanity."
The word "anarchy" is from the Greek, prefix an (or a), meaning "not," "the want of," "the absence of," or "the lack of", plus archos, meaning "a ruler," "director", "chief," "person in charge," or "authority." Or, as Peter Kropotkin put it, Anarchy comes from the Greek words meaning "contrary to authority."
- Heinz Duthel, May 2013
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