Valuing personal responsibility in the context of caring community. Dorothy Day is said to have believed this. Seems to have some paralell to our Unitarian Universalist theology – i.e. valuing personal spirituality/religious belief in the context of a spiritual/religious community. Maybe, maybe not.
I find myself still seeking to understand Anarcho-Syndicalism.
Day, who I’m reading a bit of for a class entitled Moral Action and Religious Belief, disliked state structures. She questioned even "the vote" and commented during the women’s suffrage movement that it may simply provide for women an opportunity to participate in a way of life that had a skewed sense of values: materialism, violence, and social patterns that promoted injustice and indifference toward the unemployed, the poor, and the homeless. (From Union Square to Rome, 1924)