Sentinelism is an isolationist, economically center-right, culturally variable, and off-compass libertarian egoist individualist ideology. It believes in the egoist concept of holding each individual's ego as the only philosophical absolute, as well as the right-libertarian concept of free association. It holds that in order for each individual to properly exercise their ego's whims, each and every interaction between two people, from trade and culture to even looking at another person, should be entirely voluntary.
Because of this, Sentinelism advocates for the decentralized delegation of large tracts of land (e.g. thousands of square kilometers) to each individual, large enough for them to go about their entire lives without having to encounter another person. Since this would require each person to be completely self-sufficient and to be able to rely on only natural resources for survival, Sentinelism argues against heavy reliance on technology and instead takes a somewhat primitivist stance towards life.