Category Archives: Anarchy

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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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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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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Welfare, Minus the State 4.33/5 (3)

Difficulty     This Text Can Be Found in the Book, The Evolution of Consent: Collected Essays (Vol. I) Introduction Upon learning about anarchism for the first time, many questions pop into the head of the initiate; questions about law, money, … Continue reading

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Why Anarchy is Not Possible Today (But is Tomorrow) 4.5/5 (2)

Difficulty     This Text Can Be Found in the Book, The Evolution of Consent: Collected Essays (Vol. I) I realize that anarchy is not possible today. Anarchists do not have a vanguard or a party to make things “better” right … Continue reading

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Anarchy, de Facto and de Jure 4/5 (1)

Difficulty     This Text Can Be Found in the Book, The Evolution of Consent: Collected Essays (Vol. I) Those animals which are incapable of making binding agreements with one another not to inflict nor suffer harm are without either justice … Continue reading

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Government and its “Solution” 5/5 (1)

Difficulty     This Text Can Be Found in the Book, The Evolution of Consent: Collected Essays (Vol. I) As soon as we look for “solutions”— being the end of conflict—, rather than real solutions— being the end of the cause … Continue reading

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Information and the Dissolution of Authority 5/5 (1)

Difficulty     This Text Can Be Found in the Book, The Evolution of Consent: Collected Essays (Vol. I)   I was recently reading a study— published by The Royal Society B, on behalf of John R.G. Dyer, Anders Johansson, Dirk … Continue reading

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