direct action


Direct action, as a method of anarchism, involves those who are exploited and dominated acting for themselves, to change their situations in ways that do not depend on the goodwill or charity of others.

Anarchist Cybernetics

direct action in the anarchist tradition as action that ‘refers to practical prefigurative activity carried out by subjugated groups in order to lessen or vanquish their own oppression’

Anarchist Cybernetics

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In our times, beating the bounds may initially involve direct action resistance and civil disobedience against enclosures, and attempts to "de-enclose" them.

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