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On what grounds do Anarchists believe in the possibility of a stateless society
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Anarchists share the view that every human being has the capacity to be inherently good. Society however, does not necessarily help this, and corrupts the individual, 'from his birth, not a single human being is either good or bad', however society corrupts and the only way for us all to have a positive human nature is through revolution of society and the removal of the state. Anarchists believe that a stateless society would be one which would work, as people would co-exist peacefully, with mutual cooperation in order to thrive and survive.
Without a state, Anarchists believe that people would be capable of organising themselves without being ruled over from above, and would for a spontaneous social order, without a natural hierarchy and without there being an inequality due to a class based society with an elite section. Collectivist anarchists claim human beings are naturally sociable and co-operative. Collectivist anarchists argue that common ownership, decentralisation and self-management encourage social harmony and personal development. Individualist anarchists stress the importance of enlightened human reason. Individualist anarchists place faith in market competition as a means of
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