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Eschewing the Enlightenment

Dear Friends, It seems to me, we are loosing the advancements of the enlightenment, and it is being done by the very people who claim to be it’s heirs. The Enlightenment was a philosophical advancement that allowed humanity to move … Continue reading

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The Philosophy of Liberty

Dear Friends, It seems to me, no man can have liberty while the government is at liberty, and answering the great questions, leading to the advancement of humanity and the human condition, requires liberty as a prerequisite. The great questions … Continue reading

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Bigotry is Never Progress…

Dear Friends, It seems to me, bigotry is alive and well today, and the very same people are responsible. They claim we need institutionalized prejudice to fight former institutionalized prejudice. Those people are the heirs of progressives of old, like … Continue reading

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Nothing Discredits a Philosophy More Effectively than Violence

Dear Friends, It seems to me, nothing discredits a philosophy more effectively than violence. Those that resort to violence, to hold practitioners, convert people to their way of thinking or punish those that disagree, disprove their philosophy more effectively than … Continue reading

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Bureaucracy vs Complexity

Dear Friends, It seems to me, the main difference between bureaucratic and complex systems, is that bureaucracies are inefficient and primarily benefit those in charge, while complex systems are extremely efficient and the benefits are more widely distributed. This is … Continue reading

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