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How does Prometheanism differ from (statist, capital “L”) Libertarianism, or “classical liberalism”?

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How does Prometheanism differ from (statist, capital “L”) Libertarianism, or “classical liberalism”?

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Prometheanism is very different from Libertarianism, meaning the political philosophy endorsing strictly limited government for the State, promoted by Libertarian political organizations such as the Libertarian Party in the United States. First, Prometheanism is not merely a political (or rather antipolitical) philosophy. Prometheanism is about much more than opposing government. It encompasses not only some antipolitical ideas, but post-political or apolitical ones too, by most definitions of politics. Second, Prometheanism opposes all forms of government completely, including ‘Libertarian’ minimal or constitutional government, because of its basis in a monopoly of force (that is on an artificial structure inhibiting self-expression), and the tendency of government power to exceed all bounds designed to reign it in. Third, Prometheanism rejects political means of achieving goals here and now (including democracy) because they are all based on implicit compulsion, and because participa

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