Mutualism

The economy is a major field within all societies, since through this science will develop a large number of great importance in daily life activities with which achieve different results, some which are of great benefit to society and others that affect in a negative way to the various components of the social sphere; all this means that because of the economy constantly different types of theories that help improve or maintain economic conditions is being optimal. One of many economic theories that are within society, is of mutualism, which proposed the installation of a system of free trade between the different producers that make part of the market in a summary manner. The economic theory of mutualism, ascribes to the anarchist cut on the economy, which by their contents is part of a segment for the individualism that looks for the development of the economy through the production and consumption of goods with the idea of satisfying needs, coming to economic actors through supply and demand. All of the above with the goal that each individual receives in a comprehensive manner the result of your work. As mention previously Mutualism favours the free exchange between producers, but not stagnates there, since it contributes to the presence of private enterprise, provided it is understood from a concept or form of voluntary association and who manages a rational economic level.

Other figures who are developing within the mutualist theory are mutual calls or cooperatives, which are associations formed voluntarily and are organised democratically, where holders are both owners, plus weaves an action of cooperation and solidarity, as well the cooperative must meet the needs of different members. It is also important to highlight within the Mutualism private property as a result of the personal work based on artificial means of production, as well as the enjoyment, enjoyment and personal use of natural goods that they are considered common. The set of principles of the mutualist theory assume enact rights over the same people, this as a manifestation of the individualistic vision, which is combined with the right of ownership over the product of the work and the free disposal of the same, all this should be complemented with ideas such as the prohibition of the use of force or power as a coercive means, in others finish prohibits coercion, as well as extortion and fraud against persons and their property, since this largely hampers the economic development; Therefore if the postulates of the principles are met will shape coexistence rules that will result in the conclusion of voluntary contracts as a manifestation of individual freedom which makes part of an egalitarian vision. With all this Mutualism as main aim seeks a stateless society, which recognizes the private domain not the property.