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This index presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the discussion of American anarchism and the philosophical significance of innate knowledge of virtue, a theme that radiates throughout the writings of many anarchists. Right-libertarians subscribe to many of the values of anarchists, including uneasiness about the ongoing and pervasive loss of individual liberty.This book includes also the ideas of Peter Kropotkin who influenced, among others, Voltairine de Cleyre, Lucy Parsons, Alexander Berkman, and Luigi Galleani, as well as the thought of Max Stirner, whose writings had a considerable impact on Benjamin Tucker.

Keywords: American anarchism; innate knowledge of virtue



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