That's one of the reasons I avoid getting myself labelled. The world is full of many dogmatic "-isms". But to my mind there are many excellent even though varied ideas out there. Some great ideas can also come bundled with what I perceive to be not so good ideas. I prefer to cherry pick what fits in best with my lifestyle, my resources, my abilities, my environment, etc. Over a number of decades I've been exposed to some rather hardline biodynamicists, permaculturalists, proponents of organics, and a number of other philosophies considered "alternate". But I've spent a lot of time involved with natural systems, ie out in nature with negligible human impacts. I bushwalk/trek and camp in wilderness areas mostly rather than on established trails or in campgrounds. So what I seek is a balance where I have a good control by working along side natural systems and swaying them my way. Where I can make acceptable compromises myself but still expect some compromises to come my way as well. There are many things amongst the various alternate philosophies that go a long way towards that. There's much to choose from.