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mutually dependent

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A common complaint was that mutualist doctors would recommend private doctors for services not covered by the mutualist plan.
He shows how our relationships to our predators, parasites, and mutualists have changed, and how we have adapted to these changes.
35) This is also, incidentally, the reason the mutualist "occupancy" position on land ownership is unlibertarian.
Alongside profit-oriented private enterprise and the various types of public enterprise, there must be room for commercial entities based on mutualist principles and pursuing social ends to take root and grow.
As a Mutualist, Tucker rigorously embraced free markets and voluntary exchange void of all government privilege and regulation.
His written work, all of which is freely availiable online, includes "Studies in Mutualist Political Economy, Organization Theory: An Individualist Anarchist Perspective," and "The Homebrew Industrial Revolution: A Low-Overhead Manifesto.
For instance, debate about the collective liberal concept of "community" was particularly important since it could be used to "forge a strong mutualist bond among their members and as a strategem to eliminate opposition to liberal ideas.
The mutualist understanding of property follows almost succinctly along the Lockean lines of property acquisition.
Abstract In this paper, we consider an impulsive model of mutualism of Lotka-Volterra type which involves interactions among a mutualist-competitor, a competitor and a mutualist.
Prompted by such passages, I construed in "Dystopian Violence" Morris' unpublished critiques of "National Vain-glory" as anticipations of his subsequent critiques of capitalism, as well as natural consequents of the reflections of Quaker pacifists such as William Dymond and the activities of then-pioneering but now-forgotten working-class anti-war groups such as the Workman's Peace Association, the Workmen's Neutrality Committee, and the Labour Representation League, and analogues and variants of views of mutualist anarchists and communists such as Proudhon and Kropotkin.
The presence of immigrants also ensured a regular supply of movies for immigrant or mutualist associations in Brazil, of which there were 438 in Rio alone, in 1909, with a total of 282,937 members.
It is well documented that rodents, and rodent nests, have arthropod ectoparasites that are suitable pseudoscorpion prey, and thus the transformation from commensal to mutualist is uneventful and evolutionarily rather simple to achieve.
Looking backwards, it is perhaps not surprising that the great positivist movement of the nineteenth century--fuelled by the belief in socialism, by an idea of a mutualist or collectivized society for the benefit of all--finally foundered in the last quarter of the twentieth century.
NUMBER ONE Race Mathews Turning the Tide: Towards a Mutualist Philosophy and Politics for Labor and the Left