Libertarian Socialism - Notable Libertarian Socialist Tendencies - Other Tendencies

Other Tendencies

This section is dedicated to post-classical anarchist tendencies as well as tendencies which cannot be easily classified within the anarchist/marxist division presented before.

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Famous quotes containing the word tendencies:

    The tendencies of the times favor the idea of self-government, and leave the individual, for all code, to the rewards and penalties of his own constitution, which work with more energy than we believe, whilst we depend on artificial restraints.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Hence it will not do for the Landlord to possess too fine a nature.... He must have no idiosyncracies, no particular bents or tendencies to this or that, but a general, uniform, and healthy development, such as his portly person indicates, offering himself equally on all sides to men.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)