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An anarchist's definition of a state goes as follows.

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-- Murray N. Rothbard[Error: Macro 'ref' doesn't exist]

I love this definition. It differs widely from ideologically tinged views most people harbor. I believe it may open the mind to understand the fauceir definition.

Defining a state is a big ideological issue. There are two, mutually exclusive ideological positions.

cluster17 Ideological positions against the state n018 state n019 oppressor n018--n019 n022 oppressed n018--n022 n020 egoistic n019--n020 n021 humanistic n019--n021 n023 rational n022--n023 n024 irrational n022--n024

Either a person is among the oppressors or among the oppressed defines the interpretation of the state. If oppressed by the state, the perspective should be rather against the state if rational or for the state if irrationally mislead by ideology. On the other hand, among the oppressors, only humanists oppose oppression.

Fauceir theory assumes a rather 'neutral' position. That means the fauceir perspective peels of ideology and personal interests and interprets the state solely by its evolutionary mechanics. the fauceir perspective is rational humanism.

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