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Libertarianismo Cultural ou Libertarismo Cultural é um termo criado por Allum Bokhari, que define-o como um grande movimento de oposição àquilo que é chamado por ele de de autoritarismo cultural, i.e. politicamente correto, politicamente incorreto, e várias tentativas de limitar a liberdade de expressão. Pode ser descrito como um " fundamentalismo de liberdade de expressão ", uma vez que coloca a " total liberdade artística e intelectual" como seu princípio máximo. [1][2] Difere do libertarianismo por se opor não apenas à supressão da liberdade de expressão pelo Estado, mas também por grupos não estatais.[3] Bokhari states that while cultural libertarians are often libertarians or conservatives (e.g. when it comes to their views on economy), they are actually “united only by their opposition to authoritarianism and their robust views on free speech and free expression and cannot reliably be placed on the left-right spectrum”.[2]

Bohari divides cultural libertarians into three broad categories:[2]

Criticism[edit]

The movement has been criticized (to partial extent) by Daniel Pryor, a Fellow of the Center for a Stateless Society, a left market anarchist think tank, because cultural libertarians often employ methods (e.g. doxxing, harassment, death threats, excessive trolling) used by “social justice warriors” and pro-political correctness activists whom they criticize. Pryor also criticizes its non-recognition of “structural oppressions” as far as cultural libertarians “tend to view oppression as a phenomenon occurring on an individual or small group level”.[4]


References[edit]

  1. Allum Bohari & Milo Yiannopoulos, Enough! Entire Entertainment Industry Says ‘No More’ to Social Justice Warriors, Breitbart, 20 jul. 2015. Acesso em 13 fev. 2017
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Allum Bokhari, Rise of the Cultural Libertarians, Brietbart, 24 ago. 2015. Acesso em 13 fev. 2017
  3. Lauren Southern - You might be a "cultural libertarian" if..., Rebel Media, 27 ago. 2015. Acesso em 13 fev. 2017
  4. Daniel Pryor, Cultural Libertarianism on Trial, Center for a Stateless Society, 4 Aug 2015, Accessed 13 Feb 2017