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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Finding Your Tribe Of Confidantes

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It is not about how many friends you have. It is about the meaning and depth of those friendships. A small handful of genuinely caring friends who would come to your aid in your time of need is more valuable than the most precious rubies and gems. No man is an island unto himself. We humans are social creatures. We strive for connection and companionship above all else. What better way to express this brotherly love than to trade with our fellow men and women?

 

We thrive on improving each other’s lives through specialization and the division of labor. The Free Market is the fullest expression of love for our fellow brethren. When you love your neighbor you do not seek to rob him through taxation, strangle his business through onerous regulations, or encumber his freedom through a myriad of burdening arbitrary man made laws. Desiring absolute freedom for oneself must necessarily entail desiring absolute freedom for one’s neighbor. Moral reciprocity and a deep respect for the life of another is the foundation of virtue and integrity. I hope you all find your tribe of deeply caring confidantes. It makes this dance of life all the more pleasurable.

 

 

When goods do not cross borders, soldiers will.

Frédéric Bastiat, French economist and scholar

 

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