Anarchism: nature of liberty and sovereignty of the individual

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Anarchism introduction:

  • As with liberalism and socialism, it was partly a product of the enlightenemtn period
  • The enlightenment opened people's minds about the traditional forms of authority, with some arguing that former examples of political authority could be replaced with no govt at all.

Common anarchist ideas:

  • Belief in the complete sovereignty of the individual & that individuals are the best judges…


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