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Why do anarchists reject the state?

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Anarchists reject the state as the state represents authority and has the ability to make someone do something they would have otherwise not have done.

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Which of the following is an example of individualist anarchism?

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Anarcho-capitalism 

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Who is referred to as the founder of egoism?


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Max Stirner 

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What is liberal nationalism?

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Liberal nationalism is a form of nationalism that believes in freedom, tolerance, individuality and equality

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Where did liberal nationalism arise from?

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Liberal nationalism can be seen to arise from the Enlightenment and French Revolution and aimed to free individuals from imperialism and oppression

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Where can liberal nationalism be seen in the US?

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  1. The American Constitution

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Where can liberal nationalism be seen in the UK?

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The Scottish National Party and Plaid Cymru (a Welsh political party)

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What are the principles of liberal nationalism?

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All recognisable nations were entitled to be self-governing states, every state needs to respect other states and should not interfere in their affairs, the state has to be based on the will of the people of the nation-state, all states need to be equal in terms of international recognition

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What are the central pillars of liberal nationalism?

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Self-determination, liberal internationalism and civic nationalism

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What are the central pillars of liberal nationalism?

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Self-determination, liberal internationalism and civic nationalism

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How are nation-states rational?



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The nation-state must be a democracy that has the consent of the people which is given based on an individual’s rationality and therefore, why a nation-state is rational

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Who can join a nation-state?

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Anyone as long as long as they also have the same values of equality, liberty and shared political ideas

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What is the Enlightenment?

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An intellectual and philosophical movement that shaped European society in the late 17th and 18th centuries

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Who developed Marxism and therefore the early foundations of socialism?

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Karl Marx

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What era did socialism fully appear? 


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The Industrial Revolution

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How do you define socialism?

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Socialism is a social structure where all property and production of property is controlled and owned by the state. 

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Is there any division in socialism?


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No, the only power is for the government and everyone else is therefore seen as equal. 

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How are the people viewed?

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Objectively by the government

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What is a social economy? 


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The governmental control of all economic activities so that it is equal and fair. 

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What is socialist identity?


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Another form of socialism.

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How does a socialist identity differ from a normal socialist society?


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It is particular about who is involved, often highlighting differences between people to decide whether they ‘fit’ into their society or not. 

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How many national referendums occurred in the UK?

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 There are three national referendums in the UK.

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What year did the Brexit referendum take place?

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 The Brexit referendum also known as the EU referendum took place in 2016.

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What law regulates devolution referendums in Scotland?


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Referendums (Scotland) Act 2020.

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How do most anarchists view human nature?

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Anarchists believe that it is in human nature to be rational and altruistic. 

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What is anarchism?

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Anarchism is a political ideology that places the rejection of the state at its epicentre.

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What are the core beliefs of anarchism?


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Liberty, Anti-statism, Economic Freedom and Anti-clericalism 

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What is collectivist anarchism?

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Collectivist anarchism emphasises common ownership and is reliant on the belief that humans are altruistic and cooperative. Like all strains of anarchism, collectivist anarchism maintains the rejection of the state.

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The European Communities were also known as?


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Common Market

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How did Emma Goldman view the state?

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Emma Goldman viewed the “state as a cold monster” and argued that the state itself was immoral. Goldman believed the way in which the state was run was diametrically opposed to human nature.

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Why is Emma Goldman referred to as an anarcha-feminist?


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Emma Goldman is referred to as being an anarcha-feminist as she rejected the societal double standard between men and women and sought female emancipation through an expression of the individuality of women. 

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Are Mandatory referendums binding?


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Yes

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According to Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, what is property?



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Investment 

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When did the second national referendum take place in the UK?


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 The Alternative Vote referendum took place on 5 May 2011.



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What does FPTP mean?


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First Past the Post

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What was the purpose of the first national referendum in the UK?


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The purpose of the EC referendum was for the electorate to vote for the country’s continued membership of the European Communities.

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Which of the following is an example of a local referendum?


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Transport referendum

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What was the answer to the majority of the votes cast for the first Welsh devolution referendum?


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Yes

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What were the effects of the result of the Brexit referendum?


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There was a negative reaction by the global financial markets and the Prime Minister resigned.

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 What was the name of the Prime Minister that resigned during the EU  referendum?


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David Cameroun

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What is another name for the Belfast Agreement referendum of Northern Ireland?


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The Good Friday Agreement.

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The alternative vote referendum was proposed for the election of?


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Prime Minister

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Was the second referendum successful?


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No, the alternative vote referendum was rejected by the majority of the public.



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What is altruism?

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Altruism is the moral principle and practice of concern for other humans and animals and refers to the unselfish regard or commitment to the wellbeing of others, even at risk to one’s well being.

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In what year did William Hamilton devise his equation to explain altruism?

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1964

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What is the equation to explain altruism in blood-related groups?

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R*C< B

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What is anarchism?

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Anarchism is a political ideology centred on the rejection of all coercive relationships.

A central theme of anarchism is anti-statism. The state is seen as an example of a hierarchical system in which those who govern are at the top and therefore exert their power and influence over the governed.

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Why is altruism important for the anarchist rejection of the state?

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Altruism is an important aspect of anarchism, as it serves as a justification for the abolition of authority. Since many anarchists believe that humans are inherently altruistic and good, there is no need for the presence of the state to command and coerce humans to act in a certain way.

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What is the opposite of altruism?

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Egoism.

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Which of these anarchist groups tend not to believe in altruism?

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Collectivists.

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