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on Mar 11th 2002, 01:26:53, Jean-Claude Choul wrote the following about

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Although rebellion can be organized to a certain extent, a rebel cannot be a rebel systematically without becoming a norm and a form of control or authority. This paradox is often observed in rebellious positions gaining consensus, or original thinkers becoming »gurus«. Typically, and almost as paradoxical, all rebellions are not legitimate, whether or not one includes political positions. This is encapsulated in the use of the word »refractory«. »Sclerotic« rebellion is a form of refractoriness, as any system of thought is. Systematic thinking is in direct opposition with the propencity to rebel. Although there are common features between rebellious thinking and anarchy or anarchism, if these two seem to entail the first, rebellion does not necessarily lead to anarchy, but to change.


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