Philosophical Anarchism

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Philosophical Anarchism is a Libertarian Unity Anarchist school of thought which holds that the state lacks moral legitimacy whilst not supporting violence to eliminate it. He is very peaceful, wise and individualistic.




PhilAn believes that the state lacks moral legitimacy but it shouldn't be brought down through violence. Instead of violence, they believe that state should be brought down through gradual change and freeing individuals from oppressive laws and social constraints of the state and allow all individuals to become self-determining and value-creating. Some may accept the existence of a minimal state as an unfortunate and temporary necessary evil, but they argue that citizens do not have a moral obligation to obey the state when its laws conflict with individual autonomy.

Personality and Behavior

PhilAn is very peaceful. He talks to statists in a calm way unlike the other anarchists which are a lot more violent. He is also very wise and can be seen giving life advice to other ideologies. He is very individualistic and often keeps to himself not really interacting with other ideologies much.

How to Draw

Flag of Philosophical Anarchism
  1. Draw a ball,
  2. Fill the bottom half of the ball in dark magenta, and fill the top half in light magenta,
  3. Draw the Greek letter Phi (Φ) in the middle of the ball, in opposite colors to the ball (i.e. Dark on light, and light on dark.)
  4. Draw eyes and then you're done!
Color Name HEX RGB
Dark Magenta #490000 73, 0, 0
Light Magenta #800040 128, 0, 64




  • Anarcho-Nihilism - You're might be a nihilist, but you overdo it with violence.
  • Anarcho-Egoism - You're might be individualistic, but you're too violent.
  • Noocracy - A fellow philosopher, but I think we don't need to rule over others.


Further Information






  1. William Godwin was an early Socialist and Proto-Communist, his thought influenced the socialism of Robert Owen and Charles Fourier.