intheoryandinpraxis asked: While I agree with your sentiment that "economic -isms are a matter of opportunity and preference for free people"... It does seem weird to demand freedom everywhere except the place you spend the majority of your waking life (your workplace). Sort of like a libertarian religious fundamentalist; you CAN worship as you please, but, come on guy, who sounds the call of liberty just to find someone to boss them around privately? It's like anarchists forming a voluntary simulacra of the federal gov't
A top down economic approach or a bottom up economic approach, still have people who control something. I know you are looking at this from the bottom up so let’s look at it then. If I play on Tumblr all day while you work in the field to pick my food, can it, and drive it all the way to my house, is very fucking nice for me. But the community and the people who live there, are my rulers. They can say, Hey thinksquad, you are abusing us, and if you do not shape up, well you are out. So now I am being bossed around by my community. the bottom is my ruler, instead of one person it is a group of people.