Herbert Spencer (27 April 1820 – 8 December 1903) is a British sociologist, anthropologist, philosopher and biologist. He is one of the pioneers of the idea of evolution. The main work of his life, Herbert called "First principles". Herbert was born in Derby, England and due to illness received home education. During his life he wrote many scientific works in many fields of science. He is the founder of the organic school in sociology and is the ideologist of liberalism.
"The Right to Ignore the State" is a great philosophical work by Herbert Spencer. In this book, the author discusses the general concepts and systems of government. He cites six main arguments to ignore the state. This work revealed the true potential of Herbert. Every reader who is interested in political science, will find in this work something for yourself.