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Title: Cohabitation-Implementation Strategy discussion
Post by: MAM on October 14, 2014, 02:49:52 PM
The establishment of any society is going to take alot of Strategy discussion.

I think AnCap Freethinker http://www.ancapfreethinker.info/ has contributed alot to this task thus far. I'd like to hear ideas.

Thanks for your time!

EDIT: any society requires agreement, ideas to rally around. So the question is what ideas do you think should be adopted? Why?

Implementation: There has to be some sort of organization(regulation?) in society inorder for things to be accomplished.

At present the world is organized around the idea of nation States. Though some areas of the world (think about the Kurds, and the Iraqi tribal structures there) contest this... If we are to remove the State from the equation what happens to the power vaccum?

The strategy to move from mode to the other needs to be developed.


Title: Re: Cohabitation-Implementation Strategy discussion
Post by: Syock on January 14, 2015, 08:31:22 PM
Implementation: There has to be some sort of organization(regulation?) in society inorder for things to be accomplished.

Such a claim of an organization or regulation over society requires proof.  Mere existence of government is not proof.  Such proof would also invalidate this entire movement. 


Title: Re: Cohabitation-Implementation Strategy discussion
Post by: macsnafu on April 25, 2015, 02:45:38 PM
I thought "Cohabitation-Implementation Strategy" was about finding a girlfriend!   ;)


Title: Re: Cohabitation-Implementation Strategy discussion
Post by: MAM on September 26, 2015, 12:00:23 PM
Implementation: There has to be some sort of organization(regulation?) in society inorder for things to be accomplished.

Such a claim of an organization or regulation over society requires proof.  Mere existence of government is not proof.  Such proof would also invalidate this entire movement. 

No culture can serve to regulate interactions, custom, consider standing in line. There is no law to stand in line but people do it anyway, why? It is the accepted social norm, and it serves a regulatory function.


Title: Re: Cohabitation-Implementation Strategy discussion
Post by: Syock on January 06, 2016, 02:18:57 PM
Implementation: There has to be some sort of organization(regulation?) in society inorder for things to be accomplished.

Such a claim of an organization or regulation over society requires proof.  Mere existence of government is not proof.  Such proof would also invalidate this entire movement. 

No culture can serve to regulate interactions, custom, consider standing in line. There is no law to stand in line but people do it anyway, why? It is the accepted social norm, and it serves a regulatory function.

You describe spontaneous order, not an organization nor regulation.


Title: Re: Cohabitation-Implementation Strategy discussion
Post by: macsnafu on January 07, 2016, 12:20:39 PM
Implementation: There has to be some sort of organization(regulation?) in society inorder for things to be accomplished.

Such a claim of an organization or regulation over society requires proof.  Mere existence of government is not proof.  Such proof would also invalidate this entire movement. 

No culture can serve to regulate interactions, custom, consider standing in line. There is no law to stand in line but people do it anyway, why? It is the accepted social norm, and it serves a regulatory function.

You describe spontaneous order, not an organization nor regulation.

Exactly.  People tend to want order.  Freedom is all about letting people decide for themselves what kind of order and organization.  While we can certainly speculate about what kind of order people might prefer, it's unbearably arrogant and tyrannical to think that some privileged person or group needs to decide for other people what that order should be.  To merely claim that it ought to be of a certain sort is just an argument that would need defending and people would have to be persuaded to conform to it.  If any particular order is inevitable, that would seem to indicate something about human nature, not politics, and obviously, in that case, nothing would need to be done for such an order to emerge, except to not forcibly prevent it from occurring.