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- Anarcho-capitalists are the only group to claim the title anarchist while expressly embracing private property and capital.
- Anarcho-capitalists are against the State simply because they are capitalists first and foremost.
- Anarcho-capitalists are mostly isolated from the rest of the anarchist community, which is traditionally anti-capitalist.
- Many anarcho-capitalists are actively opposed to "left-anarchism".
- Even if anarcho-capitalists are right to claim Tucker as part of their ideological ancestry, we can't assume he would have embraced all his offspring.
- However, in the US since the 1950s, the word libertarian has been widely used by classical liberal s, only a few of them being anarcho-capitalists.
- Anarcho-capitalists, for example, would substitute arbitration agencies and private defense agencies.
- Anarcho-capitalists on the other hand fully support an alternate conception of capitalism as a free market ideal laissez-faire.
- I am not saying that there is no dispute between the anarcho-communists and the anarcho-capitalists, I do say however that they both are forms of anarchism.
- No one is saying that traditional individualist anarchists are anarcho-capitalists.
- At the same time, it would be wrong for anyone to jump to the conclusion that anarcho-capitalists or market anarchists support the variation of capitalism.
- Anarcho-capitalists simply do not use the term in that latter sense in their philosophy, believing that sense to be morally irrelevant.
- To the best of my knowledge, there have been no such shining examples of anarcho-capitalists.
- Anarcho-capitalists argue that no restrictions should be imposed on their choice of customers, business partners, employees, etc.
- Thus, if competition in security provision were allowed to exist, prices would be lower and services would be better according to anarcho-capitalists.
- Anarcho-capitalists have strong abandonment criteria - one maintains ownership (more or less) until one agrees to trade or gift it.
- Some of these critics appeal to an end-state theory of justice, while anarcho-capitalists (and propertarians in general) appeal to an entitlement theory.
- Hence, in a sense they accuse the anarcho-capitalists of utopianism.
- As a matter of fact, anarcho-capitalists share this view with other anarchists.
- But it is the debate between the left-anarchists and the anarcho-capitalists which is the most fundamental and the most acrimonious.
- Anarcho-capitalists see pollution of air, water, and earth as the direct result of inadequate property definition or protection.
- Anarcho-capitalists argue that opponents misunderstand the nature of private (or public) protection and justice systems.
- This new group, who take the name Christian anarchists, also include anarcho-capitalists who are outside the historical anarchist movement.
- The permissible extent of this defensive use of force is an arguable point among anarcho-capitalists.
- There are no anarchists approving of such a system, even anarcho-capitalists (for the most part) do not.
- Right-libertarians and anarcho-capitalists, while arguably not part of the genuine historical tradition of anarchism, sometimes share mutualist ideas.
- Anarcho-capitalists consider themselves as part of the individualist anarchist tradition.
- As we have seen, however, virtually all anarcho-capitalists and many left-anarchists accept the use of force in some circumstances.
- Thus, moral purchasing rather than political force is the motto of libertarians in general, and anarcho-capitalists in particular.
- Many anarcho-capitalists believe that inequality is not a major concern so long as everyone has "equality of opportunity".
- Some anarcho-capitalists go further and argue that inequality would swiftly re-emerge in an anarcho-syndicalist economy.
- Although anarcho-capitalists disagree on the critical topic of profit, both schools of thought agree on other issues.
- As with corporations, anarcho-capitalists assert that a private agreement between two or more parties does not place a duty on anyone else.
- Some left-anarchists and virtually all anarcho-capitalists would strongly disagree with Tolstoy's absolute opposition to violence.
- There is no history of violence, terrorist or otherwise, perpetrated by anarcho-capitalists to impose their system upon others.
- Anarcho-capitalists argue that the minarchist belief that a state monopoly on coercion can be contained within any reasonable limits is unrealistic.
- Anarcho-capitalists just have anarcho in thier political agenda to confuse things.
- Many anarcho-capitalists admire the American Revolution and believe it is the only U.S. war that can be justified.
- Anarcho-capitalists also disagree with Tucker that interest would disappear with unregulated banking and money issuance.
- Despite this tension, some anarcho-capitalists see Individualist Anarchist thinkers such as Benjamin Tucker as extremely important in their own philosophy.
- Two other 19th-century anarchists who have been adopted by modern anarcho-capitalists with a few caveats are Benjamin Tucker and Lysander Spooner.
- Moreover, anarcho-capitalists (as well as classical liberal minarchists and others) argue that the application of so-called "leftist" anarchist ideals (e.g.
- For one, most anarcho-capitalists don't support the concept of "corporations", which is a government-backed concept.
- Anarcho-capitalists generally see every reduction in government power and activity as a step in the right direction.
- Anarcho-capitalists fully support capitalism, but only in the form of a free market ideal laissez-faire.
- Anarcho-capitalists think that an employer-employee relationship is basically an elaborate and mutually profitable form of voluntary association.
- Both social anarchists and anarcho-capitalists note that "anarchy" etymologically means "without rulers".
- The embrace of unfettered capitalism leads to considerable tension between anarcho-capitalists and many social anarchists who tend to distrust the market.
- In turn, they claim many works by anarcho-capitalists and libertarian socialists as part of their tradition, though without forcibly fully adhering to them.
- Anarcho-capitalists and libertarian socialists think that each other are seriously misled as to the nature of power, and thus as to the nature of anarchism.
- Like anarcho-capitalists, and unlike libertarian socialists, they believe that private property may extend beyond current possession.
- As a result, anarcho-capitalists do not regard profit as exploitative.
- Though the right to do this is supported, some anarcho-capitalists prefer to see self-employment prevail over wage labor.
- Some anarcho-capitalists prefer to see self-employment prevail over wage labor.
- Minarchists consider that they are realist while anarcho-capitalists are utopian to believe that governments can be done wholly without.
- Both minarchists and anarcho-capitalists differ in their beliefs from the anarcho-syndicalists, anarcho-socialists and libertarian socialists.
- Virtually all market anarchists are anarcho-capitalists.
- Anarcho-capitalists, as well as some traditional individualist anarchists maintain that private property is essential for liberty.
- Some anarcho-capitalists, such as Rothbard, accept the nonaggression axiom on an intrinsic moral or natural law basis.
- Anarcho-capitalists such as David Friedman and Roderick Long consider Medieval Iceland to exemplify some features of an anarchist society.
- Anarcho-capitalists see pollution of air, water, and earth as the direct result of nationalization and other diminutions of private property.
- One of the most important differences between anarcho-capitalists and left anarchists is the former support a right of private property.
- Like private property, the concept of wage labor is hotly debated between anarcho-socialists and anarcho-capitalists.
- Anarcho-capitalists, like classical liberals in general, argue that the use of violence should be restricted to self-defense of person and property.
- Evidently, anarcho-capitalists do believe in an orderly society and have never advocated a state of chaos or anomie.
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