Mainstream economic discourse, including that of most “libertarians” or “anarchists,” is still stuck in the geocentric model of the solar system. Imagine medieval “libertarians” and “anarchists” arguing over whether there should be an absolute monarchy to reign in the power of the aristocracy, Church, or local feudatories (the “progressive” perspective) or whether the oppression of the peasants, serfs, and slaves by the feudal lords should be embraced in the name of “freedom” (the “conservative” viewpoint).
I refuse to recognize the legitimacy of the socialism vs. capitalism debate because it’s based on the view that one should either side with the royalty on one hand or the aristocracy on the other, like a debate between flat-earthers and geocentrists (btw, you can be either one of those and still be a pan-anarchist, all heretics welcome). The “no particular order” ancaps and right-libertarians always end up being stooges for the right-wing of the capitalist class (e.g. Reasonoids, Catoites, and “Libertarians for Trump”). The “anarcho-social democrats” always end up being stooges for the technocratic managerial class (e.g. Chomsky, Carson, Vaush, and other anarcho-Berniebros).