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See [[how to organize an anarchist group]] for the more conventional definition which focuses on rejection of [[group entity]] power and of [[false community]] consisting of people whose hierarchy of [[risk sharing]] is designed to remain unequal, e.g. based on [[Sysop Vandal point of view]] and [[Wikimedia corruption]].
 
See [[how to organize an anarchist group]] for the more conventional definition which focuses on rejection of [[group entity]] power and of [[false community]] consisting of people whose hierarchy of [[risk sharing]] is designed to remain unequal, e.g. based on [[Sysop Vandal point of view]] and [[Wikimedia corruption]].
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To '''anarchize''' is to [[organize]] to a minimal degree that makes it impossible to organize or control something further.  For instance, to establish a set of [[equal power relationship]]s that act to prevent any usurpation of power later.
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An [[anarchization]] is the equivalent of an [[organization]] that has chosen to [[self-anarchize]], as opposed to [[self-organize]].

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The process-oriented definition of an anarchist' is one who can anarchize, or anarchistically energize, a group, even if not a member. It often consists of organizing by resistance, e.g. troll-sysop struggle, which forces one's enemy to improve to the point where there is conflict along meaningful rather than trivial lines.

See how to organize an anarchist group for the more conventional definition which focuses on rejection of group entity power and of false community consisting of people whose hierarchy of risk sharing is designed to remain unequal, e.g. based on Sysop Vandal point of view and Wikimedia corruption.

Anarchopedia says:

To anarchize is to organize to a minimal degree that makes it impossible to organize or control something further. For instance, to establish a set of equal power relationships that act to prevent any usurpation of power later.

An anarchization is the equivalent of an organization that has chosen to self-anarchize, as opposed to self-organize.