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    Libertarian Especifism is based on three basic concepts: The need to build a specific libertarian organization, the development of a praxis based on Murray Rothbard and solidified, voluntaristic social theory, in search of adherence and social assimilation. This is critical of the formation of collectivist organizations that involve participation or solutions offered by the state, which always adopt a rigidly socialist political line, slow and costly as well as wasteful, the predictable state interventionism that never presents a satisfactory resolution. Libertarian especifismo operates independently and spontaneously, but is also widely invited to be inserted within organic social movements formed autonomously, even in unions, and is already present in many popular associations.

    This makes use of defensivism, whose philosophical point of view is related in spirit to the principle of non-aggression. It is an intermediate point between other philosophies based on combat or violence, such as just war and pacifism. This defensivism encompasses that only defensive actions that are moral. Someone may act to help someone in immediate danger or protect themselves from immediate harm. For a country, it states that a military force may never leave its own borders except to move to the aid of another person and, in such a situation, that it can only protect from harm if it is specifically invited to do so, without any action aggressive. In principle, any form of preemptive attack, capture, revenge or firing the first shot or first strike is against the defensivist point of view. If an action must be stopped to prevent an aggressor from achieving a goal of causing harm, defensiveness allows for actions that help remove an imminent threat, such as searching an airplane passenger for bombs, stopping an aggressor from detonating a bomb, and preventing an attacker to harm an innocent person.

    With the notion of organization and social adherence, two principles follow: ethics and responsibility. Ethics is always understood as synonymous with anarchism itself, constituting its “backbone”. Anarcho-capitalist ethics is precisely a need for coherence between our conduct and the principles we defend, for example, freedom, federalism, self-management, capitalism, direct action, minarchism.

    Ethics differs radically from morals. Morality is something that is placed from the outside in, an unelaborated content that, through coercion, is accepted, or simply submitted to. In contrast, ethics is something that comes from the inside out, that is, something that is processed and reflected upon without coercion, and which will then guide conduct. Morality can be considered a victory over the individual, while ethics is “winning with” (or convincing), with conduct guided by ethics, the result of the elaboration and processing of concepts.

    It is therefore recommended that consideration be given to the plurality of ideas and the right to expression and voice, always treating people with due respect and repudiating anti-social, divisive and divisive conduct. Commitment and self-discipline are fundamental to putting this libertarian ethics into practice, and those who defend a very common position in the libertarian universe of lack of commitment and irresponsibility are therefore unethical.

    Anarcho-capitalists defend the idea of ​​individual responsibility, they believe that this is reconciled with the community, without community acceptance it is impossible to carry out any medium or long-term project, to put into practice a short-term project or even to establish a form of action and carry it out. From this view it is understood that, to carry out any activities in an organization, there must be a prior discussion, strategic planning that unfolds into tactical planning, with the various actions that the organization will carry out. Ethics differs radically from morals. Morality is something that is placed from the outside in, an unelaborated content that, through coercion, is accepted or simply submitted. On the other hand, ethics is something that comes from the inside out, that is, something that is processed and reflected without coercion, and which will then guide conduct. Morality can be considered a victory over the individual, while ethics is “winning with” (or convincing), with conduct guided by ethics, the result of the elaboration and processing of concepts.

    It is therefore recommended to consider the plurality of ideas and the right to expression and voice, always treating people with due respect and repudiating anti-social, divisive and divisive conduct. Commitment and self-discipline are fundamental to putting this libertarian ethics into practice and, therefore, those who defend a very common position in the libertarian universe of lack of commitment and irresponsibility are unethical.


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