Words Poorly Used #99 — Anarchism

The suffix “-ism” denotes a belief or action system.  This is a concept hampered, nearly to destruction, by internal conflict.  Anarchy is.  Whether you believe in it or not is immaterial.  Anarchy is.  Whether you act to gain it or not is immaterial.  The thing to believe in and to act upon is voluntaryism.  It encompasses anarchy, it is independent of any form of -archy.  If one lives the life of voluntary, individual one-to-one agreement, no -archy need apply.

— Kilgore Forelle

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H. Rearden
H. Rearden
5 years ago

The same thing is true about Atheism. Atheism is not an ism or belief. It is really a response to a claim. That response is that an Atheist has not been shown convincing evidence or proof that the claim is true.

” I want to believe as many true things and as few false things as possible.”

– Matt Dillahunty