LIBERTY IN OUR LIFETIME
[A]phoristic arguments, programmatic as they may be, are ideologically utilitarian, and place limited burden on the speaker. They teach the intuition through use and repetition, better than verbose and detailed arguments.
Conservatives (aristocratic egalitarians) understand this. Or at least intuit it. That is why they win the moral battle for votes, despite inferior intellectuals, and arational arguments.
One may not see it, but look at how fast the work I have done, just since December, is spreading across the internet. My terminology alone is working its way into dialog.
Thanks to the internet, we live in a new order, with new distribution channels. In the current order, the market for information is not controlled by the paradigm of the prior generation.
One need not seek approval or permission from the establishment – only provide the market with product it demands.
One can sell an idea, or, one can create demand for an idea.
One can attempt to create demand for inadequate libertarianism, or one can satisfy demand for an adequate libertarianism.
Liberty that satisfies demand.
Liberty in our lifetimes.
Aristocratic Egalitarianism. Aristocracy (liberty) of the willing.
Ayelam Valentine Agaliba
Anything that can be shown apriori can be demonstrated or translated empirically with higher confidence but not everything that is empirical can be demonstrated apriori.
—“Anything that can be shown apriori can be demonstrated or translated empirically with higher confidence but not everything that is empirical can be demonstrated apriori.”—
Wow. I… I really want to kiss you for that quote. But I think you would object. So I’ll just thank you profusely. lol