My question is on the mention of competition in, what I think could be called, Proudhon's Economic Mutualism and Kropotkin's Mutual Aid.
From Kropotkins Mutual Aid I took competition to be a part of our species but far, far, less than our mutual aid. That mutual aid is interlinked with intelligence, thus competition being "phased out" as our species evolves. And currently - in our natural form - competition is barely noticable compare to our mutual aid.
From a more basic knowledge of the Proudhons Economic Mutualism, there is mention of competition, alot, and it is being some natural part of our production? I get a hin t of competition and production being natural ... without the evils of wage slavery, heirarchical wage system, central big brother's etc, but that its being promoted.
My question is based on my takings of the above, which I hope I'm not wrong, but should competition not be an evolutionary blocker to our mutual aid - our mutualistic/intellectical evolution. A blocker in all aspects economic or social. Thus humans having ANY form of competition anywhere should be avoided at all costs and, definitely under any circumstances not be promoted?