Mmm, that's good. It seems that a strict understanding of immanence -- the notion that there is only this world, always becoming, and not some deep (e.g., Platonic) structure or divinity with a separate existence -- points this way. Anarchism also seems to suggest as much.
Kant's categorical imperative (only do what you'd want everyone to do) may have value as a hypothetical, but it also has value on the liberal path to do-what-the-fuck-I-say-or-else. What's the problem with liberalism, you ask leadingly? This sort of if-everyone-would-just projection, perhaps, is part of it, though I'll be damned if I'm gunna stop projecting just like that.