subreddits related to r/Agorism
A place for instructive conversation between AnCaps and curious people. This subreddit is intended to have a more welcoming and informative tone than /r/Anarcho_Capitalism, to serve the simultaneous demands of newcomers for friendly teachers of the concepts of Anarcho-Capitalism and of allowing more space for in-depth conversation of those already familiar with the philosophy on /r/Anarcho_Capitalism.
Mutualism is an anarchist current, originally based in the theories of P.-J. Proudhon, which treats both capitalism and authoritarian government as instances of exploitation, by which the power of the masses is turned back against them by privileged classes. Today, the term may apply to a range of anarchist positions, from updated "proudhonism" to "free-market anti-capitalism," which do not preclude market exchange.
A place where we can post links to the insane comments, posts, articles, or actions taken by statists. Although Reddit is fertile ground for such statist worship, you are not limited to Reddit at all, submissions from around the internet are welcome. We highlight the things statists say and do. We encourage most kinds of posts, and welcome content that generates high level discussion, although you're not necessarily limited to that.
Anarchism is a social movement that seeks liberation from oppressive systems of control including but not limited to the state, capitalism, racism, sexism, speciesism, and religion. Anarchists advocate a self-managed, classless, stateless society without borders, bosses, or rulers where everyone takes collective responsibility for the health and prosperity of themselves and the environment.
A friendly place to learn about, critique, and question libertarians and their views. r/AskLibertarians is for any questions about the philosophy of libertarianism, libertarian movements and traditions, libertarian opinions on certain situations or current events, or anything else you feel is relevant. No question is too basic (or advanced!) to ask, so don't be shy. Subscribe :)
Ancapgaming is a forum that encourages fellow Anarcho-Capitalists to connect with each other and form gaming communities, discuss upcoming and existing games, or to reveal connections between gaming and AnCap philosophy; others are more than welcome as well!