(And why should I care?)
Pragmanarchism comes from two words.
Pragma (Greek πρᾶγμα ) which means to do or practice, a thing done, or a fact.
Anarchism – belief in the abolition of all government and the organization of society on a voluntary, cooperative basis without recourse to force or compulsion. Which itself comes from anarkhos or, without rulers.
Combining these is stating the belief as a fact and a way of life, whether or not a “State” exists as a group of people who claim rights to violate the basic human right of self-ownership. Further, it seeks to provide pragmatic ways to build your life despite the infringements of the State, and using any and all means inside and outside the systems to progress the goals of voluntaryism, consensualism and self-ownership.