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1 Bakunin's faction (the Jura Federation) and Proudhon's followers (the mutualists) opposed state socialism, advocating political abstentionism and small property holdings.
2 Some socialists, including other market anarchists such as mutualists, adamantly oppose absentee ownership.
3 Some mutualists believe that if the state did not intervene, as a result of increased competition in the marketplace, individuals would receive no more income than that in proportion to the amount of labor they exert.
4 Mutualists oppose the idea of individuals receiving an income through loans, investments and rent as they believe these individuals are not labouring.
5 Insofar as they ensure the workers right to the full product of their labor, mutualists support markets and private property in the product of labor.
6 Following Proudhon, mutualists originally considered themselves to be libertarian socialists.
7 However, "some mutualists have abandoned the labor theory of value, and prefer to avoid the term 'socialist.' But they still retain some cultural attitudes, for the most part, that set them off from the libertarian right".
8 Mutualists have distinguished themselves from state socialism and do not advocate social control over the means of production.
9 Mutualists advocate social ownership and believe that a free labor market would allow for conditions of equal income in proportion to exerted labor.
10 Mutualists support market socialism, collectivist anarchists favour workers cooperatives and salaries based on the amount of time contributed to production, anarcho-communists advocate a direct transition from capitalism to libertarian communism and a gift economy and anarcho-syndicalists prefer workers' direct action and the general strike.
11 Larvae of a few butterflies (e.g., harvesters) eat harmful insects, and a few are predators of ants, while others live as mutualists in association with ants.
12 More recently, it has also been demonstrated that coevolution can influence the structure and function of ecological communities, the evolution of groups of mutualists such as plants and their pollinators, and the dynamics of infectious disease.