With the dependent individualists
, for example, who have a lower-than-average trust in banks, efforts need to be focused on forming and building relationships as opposed to developing products.
Some people are definitive individualists
. They enjoy power and speed and show this in their choice of exclusive and outstanding car colors.
, on the other hand, are more concerned with self, and generally more willing to employ distributive means to satisfy their selfinterests.
are having a tough time at his tournament," said Petkovic, "I'm satisfied that Xherdan is not an individualist
at the moment, but a team player.
Still it is difficult to see how libertarians and defenders of free markets, freedom of trade, etc., can avoid being also individualists
. This is especially true of those who stress the need for the protection of basic human rights in the Lockean individualist
don't murder others for not satisfying their whims; individualists
seek to live and let live.
Following a chapter that briefly discusses the anarchists' intellectual heirs in modern anti-capitalist and Green politics, he presents chapters on Peter Kropotkin's thinking on revolution and mutual aid; the anti-statist libertarian English Individualists
; the individualist
anarchists; the development of communist anarchism among working class revolutionaries, British and European writers and activists involved with the Freedom group, and the Christian anarchists; and the ecological anarchism of Elisee Reclus and Patrick Geddes.
are motivated to work in their own best interest.
Instead they asserted the primacy of direct ownership, self-employment and equitable exchange; the very concerns of the late nineteenth-century individualists
(4) The LPDL managed to attract anti-socialists from across the political spectrum, including Old Liberals, High Tories and various radical individualists
At times, rugged individualists
have been right to berate the ivory tower.
Because they are less bound by group membership and more concerned with individual autonomy and independence, individualists
work with people from diverse groups (Glaser-Segura & Anghel, 2002) and may engage more readily in volunteer work that benefits strangers.