Nature is Anarchic


It is often thought to nature as regulated by laws, roles, rules, hierarchies, conditionings, preconstituted orders. But nothing is more anarchic, casual, cognitive, situational and not predetermined than nature.

Anarchy in nature represent a cognitive dimension, that has nothing to do with all that human, reactive, political anarchism that then, for mysterious reasons, becomes hierarchical in the interaction with other animals in which, for example, you see a boy who defines himself anarchic, make hierarchical or clicker exercises of obedience with his dog.