Tensions between Anarchism (Anarchist Ideological Traditions) Table

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What Anarchists are Opposed to and Why
Institution Reasons for Opposition
The State It oppresses individual, supports private property, represents gov't of many
Private Property Creates inequality, gives rise to oppressive law, denial of natural right to earth
Law Denial of individual liberty
Capitalism Exchange on unfair basis, workers exploited = inequality and oppressive state
Religion False view of world, encourages authority to be exercised by some over others
Nationalism Nations are artificial. Nationalism leads to conflict and war
Key Beliefs of Main Anarchist Movements
Anarcho-individualis Anarcho-communis Contemporary Anarcho-capitalism
m m
Human beings Human beings are Humans: individuals w/ Capitalist system just;
naturally egotistical essentially social social responsibilities outcomes are just
Society is a denial of Free societies enable Human race needs to Capitalism without
individualism individuals to achieve return to simpler state intervention
true freedom forms of social gives maximum scope
Individuals should be organisation to the individual
as self-sufficient as far Economic cooperation
as possible is a natural activity Individuals should be Completely free
self-sufficient and free capitalist system does
Trade between Goods should be to engage in free not need state
people should be produces and trade regulation; it is
contributed on the distributed self-regulating
basis of mutual communally Completely free trade
benefit, not market is to the benefit of all All social and economic
forces Anarcho-syndicalists problems have
agree, specifically se `market solutions'
social organisation as
best based on trade
unions

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