“The Folly of Beginning a Work Before We Count the Cost”
Anarcho-Primitivism in Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe
“You don’t own property; property owns you.”
--B. Traven (Treasure of Sierra Madre)
Anarcho-primitivism states that humanity’s problems began once we abandoned our hunter-gatherer lifestyle in favor of an agrarian one. By contrast, our new sedentary way of life leads to social stratification and overpopulation due to a division of labor and food commodities being produced to the point of surplus.
Jan 29, 2014