Month: October 2015

  • Introducing: Dr. Deniz Zeynep

    Introducing: Dr. Deniz Zeynep

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  • LMS WordPress plugin

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  • Admin earns scholarship

    Admin earns scholarship

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  • Forensic team earns several

    Forensic team earns several

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  • Becoming a better designer

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  • SEO from Media

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  • When Is External Aggression Warranted?

    [W]AR External aggression is warranted when a lower trust polity causes harm to a higher trust polity, and the result of aggression will be an increase in the level of non-parasitism. In other words, it tis always moral and warranted to export high trust against the will of lower trust peoples. The problem is, it can almost never be done […]

  • A Monopoly of Law, A Monopoly of Commons, A Market of Everything Else

    [T]he single necessity of monopoly organization is the holding of territory. The single necessity of objectively moral law is universal: prohibition on parasitism. The single necessity of objectively moral commons is universal: prohibition on privatization – also parasitism. The objective necessity of group survival is cooperation in the means of production. The objective necessity of group persistence is cooperation in […]

  • Yes. Postwar Privilege Ended. That’s Why.

    http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2015/09/when-america-was-great-taxes-were-high-unions-were-strong-and-government-was-big/407284/ [L]ets Look at History: 1) Americans conquered a new continent 2) They sold off this continent to immigrants 3) They sold consumer goods to these immigrants. 4) They caused a collapse in prices in Europe (like china does to americans today) 5) They created new fiat money to give credit to these immigrants. 6) They directed these profits to […]

  • Another Thought on Republics: Indecision.

    [A] republic, or an oligarchy by any other name, even one ruled by law, is a notoriously indecisive form of organization. I do not see a better division of labor than the one we discovered by accident. A republic is an excellent means of producing commons. A monarchy an excellent means of conducting war. And a democracy an excellent means […]

  • Curt’s “WAR” Reading List

    THE WAR OF STATES Sun Tzu: The Art Of War The History of the Peloponnesian War: Revised Edition (Penguin Classics) Julius Ceasar: Caesar’s Commentaries: On the Gallic War And on the Civil War Julius Ceasar: The Conquest of Gaul Machiavelli: The Prince Machiavelli: The Art Of War Carl Van Clausewitz: On War (2G Second Generation Warfare) Antoine De Jomini: The […]

  • Q&A: Answers from Ask Curt Anything (Reasonable) Day

    FROM: Andy Curzon OK here is a seasonable (old legal word for reasonable) question, what is the current shell structure to the ‘Propertarianism and Formal Institutions’ tome (my tentative title) as it sits in your mind today? This should be a five minute one. Also, in response to ‘finish molyneux post’ what is your Molyneux post? I am really not […]

  • Definitions: Capitalism, Mixed Economy, and Socialism: A Eugenic vs Dysgenic Game

    RIGHT: Capitalism: the voluntary organization of production as a the result of the incentives that result from the anarchic evolution of money, prices, exchanges and contracts under the single principle, norm, regulation or law of the voluntary exchange of private property. This process is naturally meritocratic and eugenic and therefore scientific, which is the reason why the marxists despise it. […]

  • Notes on The Contents of Western Religion

    (sketch) Christianity consists of Germanic, Mediterranean, Jewish, Egyptian, and Babylonian ideas. If you were to reduce the western ethic to the jeffersonian bible, and natural law, you would have the germanic elements of it. Indo european aristocracy is what separates the west from the rest. Christianity takes much too much credit for the success of Europe which is as much […]

  • Propertarianism in Twelve Words

    (fun) Guest Post from Carlos Clark Propertarianism in twelve words. “A cadet will not lie, cheat, steal, or tolerate those who do.” —Cadet Honor Code, West Point

  • The Third Way (the end of history) Is The Truthful Society – Not Democracy

    [I] am not sure how Fukuyama missed it, other than it seems like all throughout his career he seeks to justify his theory of monopoly bureaucracy, and his admiration of Sinic civilization. He investigates the problems of bureaucracy under democracy – the failure to develop an independent professional bureaucracy first, and then democracy, such that patronage jobs are not given […]

  • Counter Intuitive Econ Solved By Operational Analysis: The Internet Increases Prices

    —Economists have two standard very simple models of product competition: firms can compete on price or compete on quantity.— —“whether firms compete on price or quantity depends more on which of these they must commit to earliest, not which is easier to change at the last minute. Knowing this, once you heard that it would be easier to change prices […]

  • The Virtue Of Hanging (Frequently)

    [U]nfortunately, the whole expansion of the franchised ruined our excellent ancient tradition of watching your words, through liberal use of the duel. Unfortunately, the whole expansion of the franchise ruined our excellent tradition of telling the truth, by the dilution of libel and slander. Unfortunately the whole post-slavery thing ruined our excellent ancient tradition of genetic pacification thru liberal application […]

  • Differences in Criminal, Ethical, and Moral Rules

    (Riffing off Michael Philip) [D]ifferences between Criminal, ethical, moral. CRIMINAL: The criminal spectrum consists of imposition of costs by manual means. ETHICAL: The ethical spectrum consists of imposition of costs by means of information asymmetry. MORAL: The moral spectrum consists of costs imposed by anonymous means. Norms may or many not be objectively moral. Laws may or may not be […]

  • Ashkenazi Colonialism: Eastern Europe Had Anarchism – And the People Suffered Under Despotism

    [C]ontext: My objective is to falsify if not quash and destroy the Anglo, German, and Jewish Enlightenments, as deceptive, erroneous, and catastrophic failures to generalize group evolutionary strategies, so that I may explain the next step in our political evolution: to replace monopoly government (majority rule) with the combination of strictly constructed, objectively moral, universal, rule of law, with a […]