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  • n. Plural form of mutualist.


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  • The mutualists are the strange wedge in anarchism between advocates of socialism and advocates of capitalism.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • What drives them crazy is that society (full of stinking mutualists) confers heroism on firefighters and rescue workers and police and soldiers and field doctors and even schoolteachers for sacrificing and foregoing wealth and thinking of others more than themselves!

    Think Progress » Steele: ‘Trust Me, After Taxes, A Million Dollars Is Not A Lot Of Money’

  • Plants have evolved to encourage mutualists frugivores to consume their fruit for seed dispersal but also evolved mechanisms to decrease consumption of fruits when unripe and from non-seed dispersing predators.


  • What we're also trying to do is to beef up the conversation of the bacteria that live as mutualists with you, in the hopes of making you more healthy, making those conversations better, so bacteria can do things that we want them to do better than they would be on their own.

    Bonnie Bassler on how bacteria "talk"

  • Plants are also described as keystone mutualists, which provide critical support to pollinators and dispersers.

    Species influences upon ecosystem function

  • Keystones have been organized into five categories: predators, herbivores, competitors, pathogens, and mutualists.

    Species influences upon ecosystem function

  • Mutualism is not socialism in the centralized-planning sense of state socialism -- you cannot be an anarchist and advocate coercive central planning -- but the mutualists are ideological opponents of economic capitalism, while remaning staunch defenders of the free market as an ethical concept of voluntary exchange.

    Capitalism And Free Markets -- Semantics Matter

  • We are individualists, agorists, market anarchists, mutualists, voluntary socialists, and others on the libertarian left.

    ALLy outreach in Vegas: help me out here

  • Are these godless commies and lying, thieving mutualists that infest the Academy stealing from poor, innocent academic publishers by passing around xeroxes?

    How Intellectual Protectionism promotes the progress of science and the useful arts

  • It also includes the views of twentieth and twenty-first-century anarcho-capitalists such as Murray Rothbard and David Friedman; contemporary self-described individualist anarchists and mutualists such as Wendy McElroy, Joe Peacott, and Kevin Carson; and of others, such as Gustave de Molinari, Lysander Spooner, or Robert LeFevre, who rejected the State on individualist grounds but declined for whatever reasons to refer to themselves as anarchists.

    Rad Geek People’s Daily – 2008 – February – 13


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