Collectivist anarchism

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  • Relationship Between Individualism And Collectivism

    Individualist vs Collectivist An individualistic culture is one where individuals value and appreciate their freedom and personal independence (McLean, 2010). Often times the individual will require some assistance, but the outcome still comes from the individual themselves. In an individualistic culture individual rights take center stage, independence is highly valued, dependency is looked down upon, and people are self-reliant (Cherry, 2016). People tend to be strong, assertive, self-reliant and independent. Due to this independent nature individuals would look after their own well-being instead of the well-being of the group as a whole. Some countries that have an individualistic culture is the United States, Australia, Ireland, Germany,…

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  • The Importance Of Cultural Differences In Personal Culture

    to travel to almost every prominent country and city such as Paris, Japan, Singapore and so forth. Most of them are for accompanying my father doing his business. Importantly, I learned that regardless how countries are well developed, they differ from each other when it comes to cultural context. Therefore, based on my wide experience, I prefer to live in a collectivist country for the many benefits that I can gain. A country with a good reputation can be attributed to the kind of people who…

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  • Anarchism, Individualist-Communism

    Living in complete freedom is the philosophy that is the foundation of anarchism. The rediscovering of the anarchist philosophy inundated the minds of British youth in the 1970s who felt that the British government was suppressing thier freedom with frivolous laws. There are several schools of anarchism such as anarchist-communism, collectivist anarchism, social anarchism, individualist anarchism, and mutualism, which all influenced the explosion of the punk rock movement. Nevertheless, it is…

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  • Hayke's Arguments Against Collectivism

    Hayke argues that a collectivist system is inherently incompatible with democracy rooted in an individualist liberalism tradition, regardless of the intention of the planner. Collectivism, Hayke points out, defends central planning by a "unitary end" (63) that conforms to the "general welfare" (64). To define the common end in a particular social context requires a single standard that ranks individual preferences. Due to the lack of a comprehensive system of "ethical code" (64) with universal…

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  • Summary: Collectivism In The Workplace

    With the fast-paced growth of globalization, a manager is facing with different ethnicities of employees, be it domestically or oversea. The U.S. culture has always been emphasizing individualism in which each individual is recognized for his achievement and/or contribution in the workplace. This is called social loafing. Conversely, other countries in Europe and Asia might not adapt the individualism as well as the United States. These countries are more for group-based activities, or known…

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  • Shirley Chisholm: Race For Equality

    Shirley Chisholm: Race for Equality Today, women and minorities have a wide variety of professions they can pursue; but it was not always that way. Before the Civil Rights Movement, they, especially black people, were bound to a stereotypical or subservient role in society without the right to voice their opinions. Some, however, did take a stand to fight for equal rights against all odds. These people were called Civil Rights activists and many became leaders. Among the many famous pioneers…

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  • Women's Studies Reflection

    When talking to my friends and family about classes, they are interested in that one class that stands out the most, Women’s Studies. Then the conversation gets deeper into what the class has learned so far, what feminism is and our opposing or similar views on the subject. Specifically this time I asked certain questions such as “how they defined feminism? “, “What they thought Women’s Studies was?” and “How have they experienced power, privilege or oppression in their life?” The official…

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  • Anarchism And Marxist Power

    To effectively interpret theorist conceptualizations of power we must first understand power as a social construction. This is an important concept to acknowledge when attempting to understand the role of power in both Marxism and Anarchism. We must acknowledge each theories different idea of power distributions between individuals and authorities. Despite Marxist and Anarchist similarities they differ in ideas of the role of ‘the state’ and they conceptualize the use of power structures…

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  • A La Mujer Analysis

    acknowledging women’s issues but failing to address them was traditional in labor movements as a whole. To anarchist, socialists, and communists alike the exploitation of women and people of color was viewed as a symptom of capitalist oppression that would end with the social revolution. This view of women as passive characters in the labor movement established a dangerous precedent, because it closed women off to platforms and limited their participation in the revolution. Despite the…

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  • Law's Jurisdiction Over Us Analysis

    “What is the Grounding for the Law’s Jurisdiction Over Us?” Imagine a house fire starting and your neighbor having to watch all of his memories, possessions, and his house burn down because there are no laws existing to provide services and responders. There would be no taxes collected to fund fire departments, police departments or hospitals. There would be no help. This anarchy would exist because the citizens would not accept the law’s jurisdiction over them. To have peace and prosperity we…

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