Panarchism is an ideology that believes that the populance should have the right to choose the form of government ( or lack of thereof) that they are part of/live under without having to change their physical residence.
It's the idea that every part of certain country or group of lands should be led by voluntary associations of people and free competition of form of governments, similar to competition of private firms on the market. People could associate and disassociate from different governments depending on their preferences.
De Puydt, being a classical liberal, favored 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 standarization of law (alike common law) among everyone as continuous conflict resolution takes place, similar to how anarcho-capitalists envision private law societies.
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- Autarchism - Rule of self!
- Anarcho-Capitalism - Wonderful ideas, but you treat moving light-headedly.
- Hoppeanism - He's an ancap that want people voluntarily choose to live in covenants based on conservative rules which makes him based.
- Anarcho-Monarchism - Best monarchist.
- Anarcho-Fascism - The most tolerable member of his family.
- Classical Liberalism - You are my main inspiration though the social contract is BS. If we get to compromise on a Classical Liberalism closer to Mises's, we might get to an agreement.
- 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.
- Synthesis Anarchism - We can make a good team if you drop your anti-capitalism.
- Urbism - Every city is a state? How about every individual?
- Mutualism - Against territorial monopoly just like me, but why limit yourself to only one economical system?
- Imperialism - You want to force people to live with the government they don't want to be part of.
- Illuminatism - Wet dream of that guy above.
- 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.
- Ultranationalism - Whatever you say it makes absolutely no sense to me.
- Most of the Panarchy related literature
- Nations By Consent: Decomposing the Nation-State by Murray N. Rothbard