Political Traditions

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Autonomy
Literally, self-government: the ability to control ones own personal destiny, free from external control or coercion
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Mutualism
Pierre-Joseph Proudhon's theory of fair and equitable bargaining, trade and exchange without exploitation or profiteering - somewhere between collectivism and individualsim
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Utopianism
A form of theorising which envisages a perfect, imaginary society, usually devised as an ethical critique of the perceived ills of present society
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Egoism
The belief that the rational individual is at the centre of his or her moral universe, with absolute personal autonomy and no need of a state or any other source of control or authority
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Anarcho-communism
Advocacy of small, egalitarian and directly democratic communes, based on common economic ownership, with no state
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Anarcho-capitalism
Advocacy of a completely laissez-faire, private enterprise economy, with no state
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Anarcho-syndicalism
A form of revolutionary trade unionism which, via a general strike, would establish workers' syndicates, with no state
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Pierre-Joseph Proudhon's theory of fair and equitable bargaining, trade and exchange without exploitation or profiteering - somewhere between collectivism and individualsim

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A form of theorising which envisages a perfect, imaginary society, usually devised as an ethical critique of the perceived ills of present society

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The belief that the rational individual is at the centre of his or her moral universe, with absolute personal autonomy and no need of a state or any other source of control or authority

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Advocacy of small, egalitarian and directly democratic communes, based on common economic ownership, with no state

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