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How does Prometheanism differ from individualist anarchism or “anarcho-capitalism”?

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How does Prometheanism differ from individualist anarchism or “anarcho-capitalism”?

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In terms of just Promethean antipolitics and emphasis on seeing society from the individual outward, Prometheanism resembles the somewhat disparate philosophical school of individualist anarchism first articulated in the 19th century by Benjamin Tucker, Lysander Spooner, et al., continuing in the 20th and 21st in the work of Murray Rothbard, Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Wendy McElroy et al., and we can fortuitously draw upon these contributions. Sometimes used interchangeably with the phrase “individualist anarchism” but more often used economically, “anarcho-capitalism,” also called “free market anarchism” or “market anarchism,” is generally an extension of certain Libertarian political theories, in which for example the principle that aggression is immoral gets extended to the theoretical conclusion of the elimination of the state, or an extension of free market economic theories in which the idea of a free market of individuals gets extended to a stateless, or “anarchic,” theoretical conclus

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