Economics/Class Relations

A New Anarchist Economic Paradigm

From Will Schnack:

“Consider purchasing a book, and helping a young farmer-philosopher to subsist! It’s quality material, and I have been blessed to have receieved some favorable responses from some of my own favorite authors, including the infamous mutualist, Kevin Carson, and a more personal inspiration to me, Dr. Ulisse Di Corpo, a psychologist from Rome, Italy. More recently, I have also received much appreciated support from pan-secessionist, Keith Preston. See their reviews below:

“The world is facing one of the most dangerous periods of modern history. Europe is confronting a descent into chaos and conflict. The international financial crisis and the risk of default of public debts are unprecedented. The global economic system could collapse altogether… We are witnessing a dramatic increase in entropy and chaos and people are becoming scared of the future, they sense that a new world conflict is getting closer.”

In this collection of essays William Schnack offers a new and fresh perspective. He suggests that it is possible to shift from entropy to syntropy, from chaos to wellbeing. It is a complex and controversial topic, which needs to be widely addressed and debated, and which could provide a way out from the catastrophic future towards which humanity is now heading.”

– Dr. Ulisse Di Corpo, Founder of Syntropy Journal and author of many books, including The Balancing Role of Entropy/Syntropy in Self-Organizing Systems. Di Corpo’s website is


“The Evolution of Consent is a systematic restatement of the basic ideas of 19th century individualist anarchism as formulated by Proudhon, Benjamin Tucker, John Beverly Robinson and Clarence Swartz, with additional insights from Henry George on land and Tom Greco on money. But like many of the 19th century individualists, Schnack has far broader interests than political economy alone; he places his economic views in a larger metaphysical and psychological context in a manner reminiscent of Stephen Pearl Andrews. Altogether an eclectic and engaging read.”

– Kevin Carson, Author of Studies in Mutualist Political Economy, Organization Theory, and The Homebrew Industrial Revolution. Kevin can be found at


“Economic issues and ideologies are becoming just as divisive in mainstream society as cultural, racial, and social issues, a sign of widening class divisions and economic decline. Therefore, it is more important than ever that perspectives which reject and debunk the standard “big business vs big government” narrative that is implicitly accepted by the entirety of mainstream opinion, from far Left to far Right, be given an audience. Much of the anarchist milieu has implicitly adopted a Marxist view of economics until very recently. While anarcho-capitalism is beginning to eclipse social anarchism among North American anarchists, it would be just as much of a mistake for anarchists to fall back on conventionally conservative economic perspectives.”

-Keith Preston, Author of Attack the System, and Founder of the Attack the System Blog and Podcast. Keith’s website is

“This little book of essays isn’t partitioned, but it perhaps has two inseparable aspects: one which is more metaphysical, in which I focus on topics of a more spiritual nature, like cosmology, theology, ontology, and epistemology; and the other more physical, in which I consider themes of a slightly more material nature, such as sociology and political economy. As I hope to make clearer throughout the book, in essays such as “Class Antagonism and its Metaphysical Implications,” these two aspects, though admittedly different, are not disconnected. Rather, they are quite interrelated.The Evolution of Consent will decidedly espouse and promote a doctrine of spiritual pantheism and political panarchism, more specifically dualist pantheism and geo-mutualist panarchism. This book will clarify the meaning and intentions of these worldviews, and unite them and solidify their co-dependence. They are treated both separately and together.”

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  1. We have the tech system now to sell anything in most of the world, and it doesn’t cost much to sell on your own web site. Personalty, this it the most individualistic way and you can avoid paying taxes if its a second job for you. Few conservatives are pushing this. Trump doesn’t know it exist really he pushes working in a big factory like 20 years ago. In fact the tech people are going to put up satellites that can make internet cheaper and access to places that were not in the past. This is more the Samuel Konklin the 3rd way instead of the usual poltical solution. SK3 didn’t like politics and believed in starting business even against government rules.

    • The crux of the issue is that most people will not break the law, thus making those of us on the ‘gray market’ nothing but a Ghetto culture. May as well join the Mormons. People will not leave the legal market, because it is easier and more profitable. The end.
      Konkin was a fool for thinking that this is anything effective. It would be useful in a fantasy world of individualists and producers. We live in a world of witless cows and subhuman drones, who neither want nor deserve liberty.

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