Agorism, Isocracy - The Libertarian Left

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Agorism, Isocracy - The Libertarian Left

Post by WanderingLands » Tue Feb 25, 2014 10:32 pm

Lately, I've been looking at the political philosophy of Agorism, which is based around Samuel Edward Konkin III (SEK3). The philosophy of this centers upon a free market society, except that it is also anti-state crony Capitalism that is prevalent in the Western World, which makes it more with the Left as with the Libertarian philosophy. Personally, I find it interesting, considering also that I was fond of the idea of a more non-statist free market society that would be true to benefiting the people (as opposed to the Capitalist class system based on wealth and power), as before I looked at Agorism I had looked at Isocracy (the idea that everybody has equal power).

I do not care for the so-called "Left-Right" paradigm that's dominant in mainstream politics. However, I am quite nonetheless fond with this political philosophy, and would like to further explore it more.

YouTube - Samuel Edward Konkin III (SEK3) - The Founder of Agorism:
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Wikipedia - Agorism:
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