This study has made the implicit links between postmodernism and anarchism explicit in order to uncover the philosophical origins of terrorism in the postmodern society. This study deals with the Anarchists' philosophical background and how Postmodernism fanned it. Anarchists' approach mainly whirls around a single point agenda, and that is, they are against the state or existence of states' borders. I mention again what Researcher has already mentioned,the state and all other international institutions emerged after a rational approach as stated by Hegel. Postmodernism denied that reality in every contour, whether those are institutions or anything else. Anarchism brought this concept into a broader paradigm and started denying the existence of the state. So, both postmodernists and anarchists have denied the reality in their own capacities, but the grounds and arguments are the same.Anarchism paved the way for multiple active terrors based centrifugal movements throughout the world.
1-Shaukat : Lecturer, Department of Political Science, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, KP, Pakistan.2-Fakhr ul Munir: Demonstrator, Department of Political Science, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, KP, Pakistan3-Muhammad Hamza: M.Phil. Scholar, Department of Political Science, GC University, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Postmodernism, Anarchism, Neoconservatives, Leo Strauss, Nietzsche, Iraq, Weapons of Mass Destruction