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  • Anarchist theory: Ethical egoism, Direct democracy, Self-determination, Direct action, Netwar, Consensus decision-making, Social ecology, Adhocracy, A 
     

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    Genre:  Geschichte / Politik / Kultur 
    ISBN:  9781157699446 
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    Verlag:  Books LLC, Reference Series 
    Einband:  Kartoniert  
    Sprache:  English  
    Dimensionen:  H 246 mm / B 189 mm / D 7 mm 
    Gewicht:  279 gr 
    Seiten:  136 
    Zus. Info:  Paperback 
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    Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 134. Chapters: Ethical egoism, Direct democracy, Self-determination, Direct action, Netwar, Consensus decision-making, Social ecology, Adhocracy, Anarchist economics, Propaganda of the deed, Post-left anarchy, Refusal of work, Anarchism and Friedrich Nietzsche, Inclusive Democracy, Philosophy of Max Stirner, Xeer, Non-aggression principle, Private defense agency, Anarcha-feminism, Free banking, Libertarian perspectives on revolution, Workers' self-management, Antimilitarism, Free association, Swaraj, Dual power, Black bloc, Self-ownership, Taxation as theft, Common ownership, Jurisdictional arbitrage, Spontaneous order, Communization, Tax resistance, Stateless society, Epistemological anarchism, Propertarianism, Buddhist anarchism, Union of egoists, Rouge Forum, Panarchy, Voluntarism, Synthesis anarchism, Invisible dictatorship, Group entity, Cost the limit of price, Criticisms of electoralism, Homestead principle, Affinity group, The Tyranny of Structurelessness, Property is theft!, Participatory politics, Popular assembly, Somatherapy, Counter-economics, Polycentric law, Anti-statism, Non-voting, Bioregionalism, Land and liberty, Dispute resolution organization, Prefigurative politics, Social revolution, Rewilding, Dialectical naturalism, Economic secession, Radical cheerleading, Individual reclamation, Communalism, Horizon anarchism, Voluntary society, Federal republicanism, Xerocracy, Social insertion, Mutual credit, Multi-tendency, Especifismo, Revolutionary spontaneity, Immediatism, Aggression insurance, Community ownership, Acephalous society, Free society, Non-politics, House of hospitality, Security culture, Spokescouncil, Anti-systemic library. Excerpt: Self determination is the principle in international law that nations have the right to freely choose their sovereignty and international political status with no external compulsion or external interference. The principle does not state how the decision is to be made, or what the outcome should be, whether it be independence, federation, protection, some form of autonomy or even full assimilation. Neither does it state what the delimitation between nations should be - or even what constitutes a nation. In fact, there are conflicting definitions and legal criteria for determining which groups may legitimately claim the right to self-determination. By extension the term self-determination has come to mean the free choice of one's own acts without external compulsion. Just as colonisation and colonialism have been practiced throughout recorded history, political self-determination, on an individual level, has been documented similarly and cherished highly by collective peoples despite them; ancient Mesopotamia and the later Greek city-states are early examples of its practice. The employment of imperialism, through the expansion of empires, and the concept of political sovereignty, as developed after the Treaty of Westphalia, also explain the emergence of self determination during the Modern Era. During, and after, the Industrial Revolution many groups of people recognized their shared history, geography, language, and customs. Nationalism emerged as a uniting ideology not only between competing powers, but also for groups that felt subordinated or disenfranchised inside larger states, in this situation self determination can be seen as a reaction to imperialism. Such groups often pursued independence and sovereignty over territory, but sometimes a diffe...

      
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