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Anarcho-Objectivism is a sub category of Objectivism differentiated from the former by it's advocacy of anarcho-capitalism, whereas the orthodox objectivist view is minarchist. It is not a formal ideology or a sub-movement within the Objectivist movement, it is a term that is loosely used by Objectivists from time to time to refer to the fact that they support no government or anarchy as opposed to the ARI's and mainstream objectivists' support for minarchism or minimal or limited government, although those objectivists who support anarchy may just refer to themselves as "open" objectivists or just simply objectivists and from time to time highlight their support for anarchy.