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I disagree with your assertion "that anarchy is slowly dying" . Anarchy is a discontinuous, categorical, elusive, inclusive and expansive abstract concept that cannot be quantified so as to declare it is increasing or decreasing, to say it is slowly or quickly dying, each moment is a recursive eternity, and there's no essence that can be distilled from it without inevitably reducing it to a lesser part that can't even resemble the limitlessness it points to. You reify the aesthetic sphere, you refer to " the aesthetic" as an object, instead of a mere orientation or concept to focus your attention to an aspect of what you can sense. The sublime of the irreducible tumultuous expanse is the epitome of anarchy.