social democracies, some resources such as Norwegian oil reserves or the resulting wealth are government owned, and they have extremely generous social programs. they mean what they sound like, democracies with wealth sharing tendencies/ideas of some form or another (social democracy, vs socialism/common ownership of the means of production overseen by another democratic government (democratic socialism)what is more interesting for the purpose of the question however are the difference between state/non state socialism and anarchy.
edited to add a forgotten word and delete where I said I would answer bc I typed a page and lost it editing this comment
i oppose any state created money system and supply, no matter what you call it - capitalism, socialism, tempered, or not.why?because it comes directly from the state - the government and the banking industry -- attempting to force me to use it to survive, forcing me to relate to other people/creatures/earth economically rather than creatively based on mutual desires, because it attempts to instill feelings and thoughts of scarcity, fear, authority, and separation....unless i find ways to avoid it, circumvent it, do without it, or devise other ways to relate and experience life and survive....all of which i try to do to the best of my abilities...and which i've experienced as the most enjoyable, dynamic, conscious, free, playful, and often painful and difficult (in ways i prefer to the pain and difficulty of the monetary system) moments and relationships in my life.hell, i even feel opposed to capital letters these days. :)
in addition to using lower case have you ever thought of using sparse use of punctuation like E E Cummings or Cormac McCarthy or Timothy Dexter? E E Cummings rarely if ever used capitalization and punctuation except in r-p-o-p-h-e-s-s-a-g-r he used punctuation for the visual effect. Cormac McCarthy uses capitalization and periods but rarely anything else except an occasional colon or comma. I think they felt that punctuation is too restrictive. Timothy Dexter did use capitalization randomly but only used a period twice in his writings like his masterpiece A Pickle for the Knowing Ones. You should keep it in mind that punctuation is not really needed to convey a message and it is repressive. ;)I used too much punctuation.
I don't know that this answer will add much to this conversation, but this anarchist opposes capitalism because it is the monetization (or more generally valuation) of life and lived experience. I have a drive to survive, and outside of capitalism, I would still have that drive, but in a capitalist reality that drive to survive means I do things I don't want to do, and that aren't necessary to my immediate survival, except that I live in a capitalist world, so, as pertains to my particular life, that means job, car maintenance (for job), bills, mortgage (Boogey, I know), etc. Hunting and gathering ain't going to cut it in my life as it now stands, even if I'd rather that we were all living that way.