An•arch•einoun One with no ruler. I am an individualist, I accept that the collective does not exist. I am an atheist, I accept that gods cannot logically exist in reality. I am a voluntaryist, I accept the immorality of violent orderless social organisation. I am a vegetarian, I accept that killing animals is not in line with the non—aggression principle. I am also a fairly decent writer, photographer, web designer, and graphic artist. Read More
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Summary: Government is a group of people who claim a monopoly on the initiation of the use of violence in order to suppress the freedom of the individual. Anarchy is the absence of government and the absolute freedom of the individual. Anarchy by definition does not mean that there are no rules or organisation. It simply means without a ruler. Anarchists want to live their lives without been ordered around by people with guns. Anarchy is found in everyday life. There are many areas of daily human existence that do not call for government intervention. Making friends, dating, and falling in love are things that do not require political coercion. They exist in a state of anarchy. If the government were to begin regulating this part of people’s lives there would be much resistance. People are ambivalent about anarchy. They want it in their personal lives because it is good. They don’t want it for everyone else because they fear that without a government, evil people will destroy everything they value. Continue Reading Summary