Thursday, 25 February 2010
Mutualism is a left branch of the libertarian family tree that particularly draws on the tradition of the American Individualist Anarchists. As its best known contemporary exponent, Kevin Carson, describes, its philosophy is to "build the structure of the new society within the shell of the old" before we try to break the shell. Jock Coats, an Oxford based Mutualist, looks at some of the possibilities and practicalities of what he prefers to call "viral anarchism".
Posted by oxlibertarian at 00:27