Friday, 16 January 2009
I while ago,You'll remember, that I was confused over whether I was an individualist anarchist or a social anarchist. I know that Mutualism in many ways is between the social and individualist schools. I have realised that I am primarily a social anarchist because I would prefer that mutualist banks (I will probably talk about this at some point) be collectively owned by the community to avoid the generation of a capitalist enterprise. I also lean more towards the original proudhonian mutualism rather then the more tuckerite strand. There are bits of individualist thoughts in my general philosophy, but large areas of social anarchism exist there too.