Seeing as the first 2 definitions are somewhat obscure we have to look to the third meaning of voluntaryism to see what's really going on with this word. Dictionary.com to see that voluntaryism means "Any policy or practice based on voluntary action"
This book is dedicated to those that know that the only society that can truly call its' inhabitants free, is a society where there is zero coercion.
There are differing levels of being free and if, in your life, you are on the path to being free, whatever that means to you, then you are going to love this handy little guide to the fabulous, freedom-loving Voltaire.
Voltaire was a French writer, philosopher, historian and all round ratbag to the established 'order' of the world owners. He remains a hero of freedom to this day because of his outspoken advocacy of civil liberties. Believing in freedom of speech and a free society doesn't make you any friends in government. Therefore, he spent time in prison (twice) at the behest of the French government for his politically and religiously charged writing and spent many years in exile.
Born as François-Marie Arouet on the 21st of November 1694 in Paris, he became one of the leading writers of the Enlightenment era, with great works such as the satirical novella Candide and the tragic play Zaïre. Famous for his wit and satire, Voltaire wrote over 20,000 letters and more than 2,000 books and pamphlets in his 82 years.
Pixie is an impassioned woman, empowering others to live a natural, healthy life. When she's not tormenting, disrupting and exasperating the establishment you can find her researching and writing about natural health, digging in her herb garden and practicing yoga.