Note by John Zube
The first batch of the following entries are all extracted from a Google search for: Libertarianism, how many different kinds are there?
This brought me 14,1 million results & I browsed only through the first 34 pages of them. – This brought me 38 different kinds, from the first 34 pages of this search. The over 14 million other Google search results may reveal many more – but I am not going to browse through as many pages in search for them.
Some more might be mentioned in the following 2 files, also mentioned there:
1) 24 Types of Libertarians vs. 24 Types of Authoritarians ...
2) Types of Pro-Free Market Libertarians
Some more results were added from a search for hyphenated libertarianism, with brought, with Google, on 4.3.16, 116,000 results. Too many for me to peruse on my own. I browsed only through the first 30 pages. – JZ.
Please, add whatever other such terms you found and send them to me. Adding a link would help. - However, I would prefer it - if someone else tried to make this list as complete as it could be at present.
Like my former “anarchist spectrum” a libertarian spectrum compilation would also make a good case for panarchism or polyarchism. So would a compilation of the diverse types of statism or governmentalism. But I rather leave this job to others as well.
JZ, 4.3.16, firstname.lastname@example.org
anarcho-libertarians - hyphenated liberty (2010/11/03)
Antonio Gramsci Libertarians - Posted by bionic mosquito
Atheistic Libertarianism - Atheist libertarian - Crazy Atheist Libertarian
Austro-anarchist libertarian legal theory – august 23, 2013 - stephankinsella.com
Autarchy Libertarians: Autarchy Versus Anarchy (1965). By Robert LeFevre - Fortunately, there is such a word. It is autarchy. (¶ 33) - The prefix, auto, means self. Archy, as we know, means rule or ruling. Autarchy then means self-rule, or the act of self-ruling. (¶ 34) - Since I favor total self-control--absolute government of the individual over himself -- I believe autarchy more accurately describes, in a positive fashion, the kind of situation I consider most desirable. Some dictionaries define autarchy as a kind of tyranny or despotism, but of necessity it is limited to self-application. Thus, an autarchist may very well be a tyrant over himself, or he might appear tyrannical by refusing to admit others into the sacred precincts of his own mind, person, or property. But if it is tyranny to reject the sycophant, the panhandler, and the central planner, then this kind of tyranny is not reprehensible, to my view. – Robert LeFevre, Autarchy Versus Anarchy
Consent requiring libertarians
Consumer sovereignty libertarians – for sovereign choices among competing governance systems, societies & communities
Copyrights & patents libertarians
Corporate-Libertarian-Technocratic State: Corporate-Libertarian-Technocratic State
Egoist libertarians or followers of Max Stirner, John Henry Mackay & Kurt H. Zube (K. H. Z. Solneman)
Exterritorial autonomy libertarians
Free enterprise libertarians – for free enterprises in every sphere
Free market libertarians – for free markets in every sphere
Free Trade libertarians, for free trading in all spheres
Geolibertarians - geo-libertarians – see entry on anarcho-libertarians
Individual secessionist libertarians
Individual sovereignty libertarians
Libertarian Christians - LibertarianChristians.com
Libertarian State libertarians, also called miniarchists
Libertarians against copyrights and patents
Libertarians for all genuine individual rights & liberties – JZ position.
Libertarians for different social contract choices, all only for their volunteers.
Libertarians for experimental freedom in every sphere
Libertarians for freedom of association in every sphere.
Libertarians for freedom of contract in every sphere.
Libertarians for Life - An Exchange Between David F. Nolan ... www.l4l.org/library/nolan.html
Libertarians without a hyphen
Marxian libertarians – see entry on anarcho-libertarians
Militant libertarian - The Militant Libertarian: Why It Sucks to Be Just An American
Minimal State Libertarians
Neolibertarians - Some celebrities that fit into this neo-libertarian category include talk radio personalities Larry Elder, Neal Boortz, and comedian Dennis P.J. O'Rourke.
Orrin Judd’s Libertarianism - Libertarianism vs. Conservatism
Panarchist libertarians – www.panarchy.org
Patriotic libertarians: Libertarian Patriotism
Personal law libertarians – www.panarchy.org
Pirate Party - Formal proposal to rename the Pirate Party by 2018: Libertarian Left https://discuss.pirateparty.org.au/t/formal-proposal-to-rename-the-pirate-party-by-2018/682
Polyarchic libertarians – www.panarchy.org
Postlibertarian - postlibertarian.com
Radical Libertarian: The Radical Libertarian - radicallibertarians.blogspot.com
Small l libertarian
Stirner Libertarians, followers of Max Stirner's egoist libertarianism