Category Archives: Macroblog

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Cleaning the Muddied Waters of Anarchy 5/5 (3)

Difficulty     Ideologies and philosophies that go by the title “anarchism” are wide-ranging in their span. These include mutualists, individualists, collectivists, communists, capitalists, nationalists, primitivists, futurists, and more. It has become something of a common trend for people to come … Continue reading

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Ambiarchy, A Unity of Opposites: Transcending the Divide with Anarchic Good Governance 5/5 (2)

Difficulty     Ambiarchy is a word rarely used, which I would like to adapt to a specific notion in the area of the political and anti-political. The prefix, Ambi, is Latin, and means “both,” “on both sides,” or “rounded.” A … Continue reading

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Mutualism: The Philosophy of Anarchy 4.88/5 (8)

Difficulty     This was composed for a speech given to the East Texas Freethinkers on February 18th, 2017 in Tyler, Texas. ____________________________________ Mutualism is an anarchist social philosophy first established in print by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon. While often considered to be … Continue reading

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The Prefigurative Revolution of Geo-Mutualist Panarchism 5/5 (5)

Difficulty      Introduction A geo-mutualist panarchy would constitute a completely different society from the one we have today. As such, it is necessary to discuss the general approach by which such a society could be brought about. This will be … Continue reading

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Capitalism and Republics: A Mutual Relationship 5/5 (2)

Difficulty      Introduction  Many want to change the world, but few care to do the work of understanding it. If one wants to change the current paradigm, one first must come to an understanding of how it operates. One of … Continue reading

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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 4.29/5 (7)

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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