"I believe in a voluntary society" voluntaryist embroidered hoodie sweatshirt. Embroidered on our Maniacs Pullover Hoodies. Fan favorite medium-weight pullovers built to last and stitched with an attention to detail. You'll love the 3-panel hood, sideseam construction, 100% cotton face soft-as-hell outer line with super-soft 65-35 fleece inner. Stitched domestically by our liberty ladies and shipped to your doorstep. Layer up year-round in this cozy, casual style. With a front pocket and snug hood, it doesn’t get much better than this.
Voluntaryism was first devised by English writer, philosopher, and political theorist Auberon Edward William Molyneux Herbert (1838-1906). He was a member of Parliament for two terms in the UK, first as a Liberal MP and then as a member of the Liberty Party.
Voluntaryism, as put forward by Auberon Herbert, is the political philosophy that holds that all human relationships should be voluntary. This includes both economic and social relationships. The basic premise of voluntaryism is that humans are best able to live peaceful and productive lives when they are free to associate with others voluntarily, without coercion.
Since Herbert, many others have identified as voluntaryists, generally advocating for social cooperation through universalized nonviolence. Though as the first, Herbert's writing still holds heavy influence.
Others since • 100% cotton face • 65% ring-spun cotton, 35% polyester • Front pouch pocket • Self-fabric patch on the back • Matching flat drawstrings • 3-panel hood