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Henocentrism and the Grayscale of Anarchism 4/5 (8)

Difficulty     Mutualism and Anarchism Without Adjectives/Hyphens  Mutualism is undeniably a variety of anarchism, as classical anarchism finds its home in the philosophy of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, the first to describe himself as such. The same cannot be said of capitalism … Continue reading

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The Geo-Mutualist Treatment of Markets and Democracy 4.44/5 (9)

Difficulty     The common form of government in Western nations is the republic, and the prevalent form of economy is capitalism. By republican government, I am referring especially to the system of representative democracy, wherein periodic elections decide on individuals … Continue reading

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Mutualism, Cost, and the Factors of Production: Terminology of Geo-Mutualist Economics 4/5 (2)

Difficulty     The Factors of Production Without understanding the terminology and the associated definitions as ideology uses, it is impossible to understand the ideology itself. Geo-mutualism is no exception to this rule. Some of the more important terms that geo-mutualists … Continue reading

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Mutualism, Emergence, and the Right of Increase 4.67/5 (3)

Difficulty     Mutualism can be understood to be distinct from both capitalism and communism, while maintaining elements of each. Mutualism’s most-celebrated founder, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, was interested in the manner in which theses and antitheses synthesize, and in which antinomies may … Continue reading

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History and the State 4.6/5 (5)

Difficulty     The geo-mutualist panarchist interpretation of history is important for its theory of progress. Rather than, as many anarchists, holding a defeatist and determinist attitude toward history, geo-mutualist panarchists embrace the changes in history, and seek to understand them, … Continue reading

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The Philosophy and Origins of Geo-Mutualist Panarchism 5/5 (3)

Difficulty     An edited version of this may be used as a chapter in an upcoming book: Geo-Mutualist Panarchism, Theory and Practice ____________________________________________________ Three Wise Men Geo-mutualist panarchism is a complex political and economic philosophy that combines the solutions of … Continue reading

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Geo-Mutualist Panarchism: A Synopsis 5/5 (1)

Difficulty     I propose a vision of society called “geo-mutualist panarchism.” This view is a combination of the mutualism of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, the classical liberalism of Henry George, and the panarchism of Paul Emile de Puydt, supplemented with libertarian and … Continue reading

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Epilogue 5/5 (1)

Difficulty     This Text Can Be Found in the Book, The Evolution of Consent: Collected Essays (Vol. I)   If you have read this book traditionally, going from cover to cover, you should now be at least somewhat versed in … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Incrementalism and Rebellions of Scale 5/5 (1)

Difficulty     This Text Can Be Found in the Book, The Evolution of Consent: Collected Essays (Vol. I) Introduction There are two natural tendencies within an economy; that toward competition and that which approaches monopoly. While most monopolies are due … Continue reading

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Cost, Aggression, and Access to the Land 4/5 (3)

Difficulty     This Text Can Be Found in the Book, The Evolution of Consent: Collected Essays (Vol. I) Introduction In this essay, I intend on demonstrating the complementarity between the cost-principle (as used by mutualists), rent-sharing (as displayed by the … Continue reading

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