Auberon Herbert

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Auberon Edward William Molyneux Herbert (18 June 1838 – 5 November 1906) was a British writer, theorist, philosopher, and 19th century individualist.wikipedia
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Auberon Herbert, younger son of Henry Herbert, 3rd Earl of Carnarvon.

Nan Ino Cooper, 10th Baroness Lucas

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Born in Blandford, Dorset, Nan Ino Herbert Cooper was the daughter of Auberon Edward William Molyneux Herbert and Florence Amabell (Cowper) Herbert.

List of Presidents of Co-operative Congress

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He served as President of the fourth day of the first ever Co-operative Congress in 1869.

Henry Herbert, 3rd Earl of Carnarvon

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He was the third son of the 3rd Earl of Carnarvon, and brother of Henry Herbert, the 4th Earl. He was a son of the 3rd Earl of Carnarvon.

Nottingham (UK Parliament constituency)

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He was Liberal Member of Parliament for the two-member constituency of Nottingham from 1870 to 1874.

Benjamin Tucker

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In an announcement of Herbert's death, Benjamin Tucker said, "Auberon Herbert is dead. He was a true anarchist in everything but name. How much better (and how much rarer) to be an anarchist in everything but name than to be an anarchist in name only!"
Beside Tucker, contributors also included Lysander Spooner, Gertrude Kelly, Auberon Herbert, Dyer Lum, Joshua K. Ingalls, John Henry Mackay, Victor Yarros, Wordsworth Donisthorpe, James L. Walker, J. William Lloyd, Florence Finch Kelly, Voltairine de Cleyre, Steven T. Byington, John Beverley Robinson, Jo Labadie, Lillian Harman and Henry Appleton.

Voluntaryism

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He is known as the originator of voluntaryism.
As a term, it was coined in this usage by Auberon Herbert in the 19th century and gained renewed use since the late 20th century, especially among American libertarian.

George Cowper, 6th Earl Cowper

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In 1871 Herbert married Lady Florence Amabel, daughter of George Cowper, 6th Earl Cowper.

Ashley, New Forest

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On leaving parliament he took to farming, purchasing Ashley Arnewood farm in Ashley, New Forest, where he lived until his wife's death in 1886.
The estate was later purchased by the political philosopher and author Auberon Herbert in the 1870s and he lived there until his wife's death in 1886.

National Agricultural Labourers' Union

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He was an ardent supporter of Joseph Arch and spoke at the mass meeting at Leamington on Good Friday 1872, when the National Agricultural Labourers' Union was formed.
Other activists in the union included Arthur Clayden, Howard Evans, Auberon Herbert, John Lewis, Harry Nicolls, George Rix and Hugh Fairfax-Cholmeley.

Anarcho-capitalism

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Since the development of anarcho-capitalism in the 1950s, at least one anarcho-capitalist, Hans-Hermann Hoppe, believes that Herbert "develops the Spencerian idea of equal freedom to its logically consistent anarcho-capitalist end" as noted in a bibliography.
The anti-state liberal tradition in Europe and the United States continued after Molinari in the early writings of Herbert Spencer as well as in thinkers such as Paul Émile de Puydt and Auberon Herbert.

Libertarianism

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Contributors included Benjamin Tucker, Lysander Spooner, Auberon Herbert, Dyer Lum, Joshua K. Ingalls, John Henry Mackay, Victor Yarros, Wordsworth Donisthorpe, James L. Walker, J. William Lloyd, Florence Finch Kelly, Voltairine de Cleyre, Steven T. Byington, John Beverley Robinson, Jo Labadie, Lillian Harman and Henry Appleton.

Individualism

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Auberon Edward William Molyneux Herbert (18 June 1838 – 5 November 1906) was a British writer, theorist, philosopher, and 19th century individualist.

Liberal Party (UK)

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He was Liberal Member of Parliament for the two-member constituency of Nottingham from 1870 to 1874.

Multi-member constituencies in the Parliament of the United Kingdom

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He was Liberal Member of Parliament for the two-member constituency of Nottingham from 1870 to 1874.

Classical liberalism

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He promoted a classical liberal philosophy and took the ideas of Herbert Spencer a stage further by advocating voluntary-funded government that uses force only in defence of individual liberty and private property.

Herbert Spencer

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He promoted a classical liberal philosophy and took the ideas of Herbert Spencer a stage further by advocating voluntary-funded government that uses force only in defence of individual liberty and private property.

Voluntary taxation

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He promoted a classical liberal philosophy and took the ideas of Herbert Spencer a stage further by advocating voluntary-funded government that uses force only in defence of individual liberty and private property.

Highclere Castle

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Auberon Herbert was born at Highclere Castle on 18 June 1838.

Eton College

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Herbert was educated at Eton College, entering the school in 1850.

Founders' kin

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He left school early, having been elected to a founder's kin fellowship at St John's College, Oxford in 1855.

St John's College, Oxford

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He left school early, having been elected to a founder's kin fellowship at St John's College, Oxford in 1855.

7th Queen's Own Hussars

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In May 1858 he joined the 7th Queen's Own Hussars at Canterbury with the rank of Cornet by purchase, and in June 1859 became a Lieutenant, also by purchase.