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Coexistencialism, panarchy and the freedom to create his own welfare system in the heart of community

The concept of panarchy has been published in the trimestrial review of 1860 by a Belgium individual P.E. de Puydt. In his panarchist, De Puydt presents the coexistence of various political system in the same theory. Taking the lesson of the successive French revolutions, P.E. de Puydt thought that it is possible to have a royalty and a republic in the same country. 

From the concept of panarchy, we should consider its modern version called coexistencialism. The coexistencialism is based on the right of community to exist and to compete with the providencial state.

The concept of coexistencialism seperates the state in charge of the defense of the territory and to act as a regulator to  government of communities. The coexistencialism has the advantages to specify the regulatory aspect of community creation and community bankruptcies.

The concept of panarchy is derived of the concept of anarchism and it is so very unstable utopia for our days. However, it had existed during the prehistoric time. The concept of coexistencialism is inspired of the capitalism regulatory environment and so it is as capitalism a system of the third type.

Coexistencialism has the purpose to protect people from the abuse of providential state by the right to separate ourself from the administration by the creation of communities with its own welfare system. The arguments is that the lack of competition makes it impossible to evaluate the degenerescence of public service. The right of people to separate from existing public service and taxation to create his own welfare community offer a barrage against the financial degenerescence.


     

Copyright 2006

Author: Hector Archytas