My philosophy and ideology
Spiritually, I'm an Oriental Orthodox Christian. I draw from sources such as the Desert Mothers and Fathers, the Tradition of Hesychasm, Sufi philosophy, pragmatism, process philosophy, existentialist theology, liberation theology, Wittgensteinian, Heideggerian, Hegelian, Unamunoan, and Deleuzo-Guattarian philosophy, Kabbalah, the esoteric Tradition of Orthodoxy as recorded by Boris Mouravieff, and Rudolf Steiner's system of Anthroposophy to enrich my spirituality.
Politically, I'm a pragmatic libertarian communist. What this means varies a lot. My ideal society is fully-automated luxury gay space communism a stateless post-scarcity society based entirely on green energy in which all basic needs are provided to all (and some things we consider luxuries, such as Internet access, are also considered basic needs), decentralised, participatory economic planning, and/or freed (non-capitalist) markets. My political and economic philosophy is currently somewhat of a mixture of accelerationism, communisation, Michael Hardt's and Antonio Negri's autonomism, Luxemburgism and other strains of libertarian Marxism, Bookchin's and Öcalan's social anarchism/communalism/democratic confederalism, Proudhon's and Kevin Carson's mutualism, SEK3's agorism, Henry George's geoism, the ideas of the September Group, and Amitai Etzioni's and Alasdair MacIntyre's communitarianism.