The Philosophy of Voluntaryism Ep 6: Is There A Role For Emotions In Voluntaryism?

Is there a role for emotions in The Philosophy of Voluntaryism?!

In our sixth episode of The Philosophy of Voluntaryism we discuss a point of much contention between the rigid and dangerously sharp edges of logic and the soft and often erratic nature of emotions.

-How does our previous topic of NVC relate to the emotional and logic needs of the Philosophy of Voluntaryism?

-If we don’t shun logic, then why should we shun emotions?

-Just as we should acknowledge and understand bad logic, we should acknowledge and understand negative emotions.

Emotions play a critical role in understanding how to understand Voluntaryism. It is why Voluntaryism is the evolution of simple anarchism. It is anarchism evolved through the understanding and use of empathy.

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“To understand how evil controls people, it is necessary to understand the difference between principal and law. A principle is a truth that creates freedom. A law is a lie that creates slavery.

 

Principles describe reality. They are knowledge that help you make use of our world. Because of your intelligence, you recognize principles in everything you do. Every true thing you learn is a principle. The movement of your hands, which foods taste good, mathematics and empathy for a friend are all based on principals.

 

Laws are artificial ideas created by evil men to restrict the thinking and understanding of people. Laws mask themselves in authority so that they can impersonate principles. When people mistake truth for the ideas of authority, their abilities and wisdom are diminished. This is the purpose of law.

 

Law must be enforced, because there is no truth in it. A law destroys freedom because it is a lie. A principle, however, creates freedom because it is knowledge.

 

That which destroys freedom is evil.”

 

~ Jeremy Locke – The End Of All Evil

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Philosophy of Voluntaryism Ep 5 – How To Protest

The concept of ‘right & wrong’ implies the common understanding of a set of criteria to compare actions to. Since most people do not have that readily available, condemning the actions of others is often combative.

 

In this episode we discuss

-defining terms

-efficiency of protesting

-why protesting government is like voting (and doesn’t work)

-long term and short term goals of protest

 

Protesting is important. Understanding what we are protesting, why, and how to be effective in the right context is also important!

 

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True Strength Is Embracing Vulnerability

 

What does it mean to be weird? Is that the pejorative term conformists call the non-conformists and outliers? Is it not the outcasts who dare to think unconventionally that end up forging progress that benefits the whole of humanity?

 

Growth requires exposing oneself to risk and vulnerability. Those secure in their comfort will not know the meaning of boundless soaring. The limitations of the human imagination must always be pushed to the limit.

 

It requires no courage to submit to the established norms of the society in which one lives. This is exactly what cripples progress. Take the risk! Venture into uncharted lands! Disregard the irritating criticisms of trembling sycophants.

 

True strength is in recognizing the fearful uncertain future and proudly proclaiming “I will proceed evermore boldly nevertheless!” This is a sign of profound spiritual strength.

 

“Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.” Steve Jobs

 

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Danny and Michael recruit Peaceful Anarchism’s Danilo Cuellar to take on the infamous chapter 14 of Ethics, a portion of Rothbard’s philosophy dealing with children’s rights that has received a considerable amount of attention since its publication. Along the way, they touch upon Kinsella’s body/property ownership distinction, Child Protective Services, spanking, and animal rights.

 

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