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    Panarchism is an ideology that believes that the populace should have the right to choose the form of government (Awaj.png or lack thereof) that they are part of/live under without having to change their physical residence.
    It's the idea that every part of a certain country or group of lands should be led by voluntary associations of people and free competition of form of governments, similar to the competition of private firms on the market. People could associate and disassociate from different governments depending on their preferences.
    De Puydt, being a Clib.png classical liberal, favored Lfree.png Laissez-Faire economics, but Panarchism allows for different economic systems to co-exist.
    Conflicts between people, that are part of different governments (or no government), would be handled by third-party judges and would lead to a standardization of law (like common law) among everyone as continuous conflict resolution takes place, similar to how Ancapf.png anarcho-capitalists envision private law societies.


    Paul E. De Puydt, the founder of Panarchism, was a Belgian writer of the 19th century. He devised Panarchism in the year 1860 with an article with the same name[1] which was influenced by his ideas of free competition (result of his support for Clib.png free market liberalism) as well as his fellow Belgian economist, Anmark.png Gustave de Molinari, who also believed the principles of free competition in the market should be expanded upon previously considered "public matters".
    De Puydt, seeing how constant infighting over forms of government affected Europe in the 19th century, realized that it was impossible to please everyone by forcing them under a singular system, but rather the way to end these conflicts was to give everyone the chance to choose their ideal form of governance, and not interfere with that of others in a similar manner to how a Cball-Prussia.png Prussian citizen has no business in the governance of Cball-France-Alt.png France.
    Though De Puydt's ideas never succeded, its influence can be seen in the writings of other Clib.png Clasical Liberal writers such as Volu.png Auberon Herbert, Anarchist writers such as Anin.png Anselme Bellegarrigue and Awaj.png Max Nettlau, as well as many modern Ancapf.png Anarcho-Capitalist thinkers, who argue that it approximated Polylaw.png polycentric law.


    Polyarchy.png Polyarchy

    Flag of Polyarchy

    Polyarchy is an economically variable, libertarian ideology, that strives to create a society based on Volu.png voluntaryism, pluralism and spatialism. To achieve this society, Gian Piero de Bellis (the founder of polyarchy) advocates for a conjunction of Cosmo.png cosmopolitanism and Panarchy.png panarchism.

    How to Draw

    Flag of Panarchism
    1. Draw a ball,
    2. Divide it into quadrants,
    3. Colour the top right and bottom left quadrants a lighter shade of black,
    4. Draw a yellow infinity sign,
    5. Draw the eyes and you're done!
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Black #141414 20, 20, 20
    Yellow #E7E700 231, 231, 0




    • Clib.png Classical Liberalism - You are my main inspiration though the social contract is BS. If we get to compromise on a Classical Liberalism closer to Austrobert.png Mises's, we might get to an agreement.[2]
    • Irridentism.png Irredentism - Depends. If you restore connection after it was forcibly broken by war - it's good, but if people there don't want to be part of your country, then not.
    • Synthesisanarchy.png Synthesis Anarchism - We can make a good team if you drop your anti-capitalism.
    • Urb.png Patchwork - Every city is a state? How about every individual?
    • Mutalist.png Mutualism - Against territorial monopoly just like me, but why limit yourself to only one economical system?
    • Meta-Anarchism.png Meta-Anarchism - Often people confuse us, he says some takes I can agree with tho.
    • Demcon.png Democratic Confederalism - Based, but I wish you were more open to markets.


    • Imp.png Imperialism - You want to force people to live with the government they don't want to be part of.
    • Illum.png Illuminatism - Wet dream of that guy above.
    • Unimon.png Universal Monarchism - Again?
    • World.png Globalism & World Federalism2.png World Federalism - Any system will corrupt, if it happens localy, people can atleast leave to somewhere safe, if global government will corrupt, there will be no hope for them.
    • Ultranat.png Ultranationalism - Whatever you say it makes absolutely no sense to me.

    Further Reading




    1. Panarchism by Paul Émile de Puydt (1860)
    2. Mises on secession
    2. http://panarchy.org/



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