Category: Authors

  • ¿A que nos referimos cuando decimos “ética de guetos”?

    La ética del gueto rothbardiana es la ética de un gueto urbano medieval. No es más ni menos que eso Los residentes de un “estado dentro de un estado” pueden conducir intercambios como si fueran actores estatales al respaldarse y apalancarse sobre intercambios y transacciones de alta confianza intra-grupos, toda vez que usan intercambios y transacciones de baja confianza ex-grupo (fuera del grupo). […]

  • Columbus Day

    The barbaric behavior would have been in a way, the natural state of the hispanoamerican republicans, the necessary fruit of the combination of aboriginal cultures that the conquistadors found, with conquest itself and the process of spaniard colonization, and finally with the civil wars that begun with the War of Independence in Venezuela. Carlos Rangel. From the good savage to […]

  • ¿Qué queremos los hombres de las mujeres?

    Deseamos recompensas emocionales, amistad, juegos, sexo, afecto, que nos cuiden, que formen un hogar, que nos den de comer, que nos provean con familia (una tribu propia), seguridad a largo plazo. Los hombres acumulamos mucho más daño a lo largo de nuestra vida. A nosotros no nos importa otra cosa sino el sexo hasta el momento en el que nos […]

  • Cooperación

    Cuando comienzas por el hecho de presumir que la cooperación es obligatoria, en vez de pensar que la cooperación es meramente optativa entre: depredación, cooperación y boicot. Puedes justificar al pragmatismo, las (((construcciones sociales))) y las religiones de todos los tipos. Cuando partes de la verdad: De que tenemos la opción de que la violencia en todo momento y que […]

  • El problema con la monogamia y la prosperidad

    A menos que las mujeres sean capaces de reproducirse con los mejores genes y obtengan apoyo del resto de los genes a cambio de sexo, entonces siempre habrá una influencia disgénica en la humanidad. ¿Por que? Porque su  descendencia es costosa y son capaces de auto engañarse de cualquier forma posible para poder llevar a cabo la pretensión de que […]

  • Why Were Westerners Unsuccessful At Exporting Aryanism: Markets in Everything?

    WHY WERE WESTERNERS UNSUCCESSFUL AT EXPORTING ARYANISM (MARKETS) by Simon Ström By merely establishing rule, a small minority of conquerors do not have the resources to alter the basic fabric of social organization in a region that is already populous, wealthy and has a rigid socio-political system that works for them and is adapted to the local natural incentives. Like […]

  • Dishonorable Free Markets vs Honorable Natural Law Markets

    By John Dow The difference is between free markets and honourable markets. Free Markets allow fraudulence and the externalization of cost for economic actions (see Rothbard). Honourable markets disallow fraudulence and the externalization of cost for economic actions. We don’t merely seek competition (and thus permit frankly Jewish-style parasitism), we seek honourable competition. Why? Because we want to set the […]

  • Joel Davis on Deflationary Government

    By John Dow The enforcers (sovereigns) produce law, and as a consequence, markets. The taxpayers (subjects) use the markets, under the law, as consumers of market goods, services, and information. I would advocate a constitution as a contract of mutually enforced recipriocity (justice) between enforcers. I would advocate the enforcers appoint a supreme justice (or supreme court of justices) as supreme authorities on […]

  • Gender Opportunity Costs

    —“As opportunity costs for women to enter in monogamous relations rises, men must pay more premium for exclusivity of monogamic relations in a world where there is mens value of labor in massive deflation and women’s reproductive labor on inflation. And that premium is payed with power because, women don’t need any more comfort.”–Matej Lovri?

  • Economics of Abandoning Reason

    —“I am unwilling and/or unable to pay the cognitive cost of acquiring and producing a rational means of decidability, whereby I enumerate the existentially possible options available to me, the corresponding cost and yield (and therefor profit) of acting acting upon those options, and whereby I identify any externality (cost) that I may impose on man if I so chose […]

  • The Information Content of Violence

    by Eli Harman It’s an article of faith among many libertarians that violence, and particularly aggressive violence, is necessarily negative sum. Prices contain information and markets broker them (in a subjective utility maximising way.) Violence only short circuits that, disrupts markets, destroy price signals, and makes everyone worse off. But this is not correct. In the first place, market transactions […]

  • Rational Self Interest

    Apr 09, 2017 6:01am RATIONAL SELF INTEREST by John Dow Assuming self-interest is rational, by punishing all non-reciprocating choices via law, acting in group interest becomes rational. I don’t care if you reciprocate by rational self-interest or as a result of high prosociality, as long as you reciprocate. Assuming the maximization of group fitness has higher potential yields to individual […]

  • Cambiando el Status Quo

    ¿De qué manera ha sido deshonesta la civilización occidental? Nuestra civilización no está libre de pecado. Ninguna civilización realmente entiende sus estrategias grupales de evolución. Pero nosotros podemos hacer el intento de comprender la nuestra. Cuando los arios combinaron el bronce, la rueda y el caballo, lograron cubrir grandes distancias con velocidad. Se arriesgaron, y el caballo, la carreta y […]

  • La ley natural de los hombres soberanos

    Domesticamos a los hombres con comportamiento primitivo y animal para convivir y sacar provecho Los animales no tienen agencia, sólo obedecen a impulsos. Son incapaces de hacer contratos, sólo aprovechar las cosas que les son convenientes. Los animales no pueden resolver disputas y conflictos de manera honrada, sólo son capaces de inventarse excusas para su comportamiento. Los hombres actuamos con […]

  • Free Will

    FREE WILL? —“Up until now everybody has gotten it completely backwards: free will is not rebelling against nature and escaping natural cause-and-effect, but it is exactly the opposite. By becoming part of the cause-and-effect chains and inserting ourselves into them, we gain agency.”—Moritz Bierling

  • Via Negativa (Evolutionary Argument) in Historial Explanation

    by James Augustus My central argument is that Europe benefited by having an evolutionary environment that allowed for a high frequency of cultural, institutional and intellectual iterations, and that truth, sovereignty and natural law produce an existential advantage, so that what survived is what we call Western Civilization and its peoples. It is easy to look back at what survived […]

  • Deflationary Language in Ethics

    Mar 01, 2017 6:51pm James Augustus I suspect one of the factors contributing to deflationary language in ethics, law and science is that we needed a rational, empirical means of decidability in matters concerning rule, organization and extra-familial cooperation. (Note that legal realism, contractualism and truth telling (science and it’s precursors) coincided with conquest and colonization of non-kin groups. Myth […]

  • The Origins of Civilization: Militia, Property, Marriage

    by John Dow Civilization emerges from 3 fundamental institutions: 1) Militia (how to compete in the violence market), 2) Property (how to compete in the production market) and 3) Marriage (how to compete in the reproduction market). The polity fails or succeeds in competition by the functionality of three institutions. Through success in the violence market, the polity may establish […]

  • For Sovereigns, Truth Is the Only Possible Authority

    by Alex Sea Negotiation vs. Imposition Two sovereigns must appeal to truth as their ultimate authority – a low cost for them, as they are dealers in truth, but an exorbitant one to those who deal in falsehoods. The further from sovereignty a party is, the more costly the transaction is, as the sovereign must account for all parties between […]

  • On Requiring Truth in All Publication

    by Alex Sea We require truth from all things claiming to present it. If a fictional novel must include the stipulation that “all persons, places, and events herein are fictional and any likeness to real people, places, and events are coincidental or accidental” why can this not be expounded to political, academic, or media endeavors? Imagine CNN running a notice […]

  • Against Platonic Forms

    by John Dow and Curt Doolittle As I understand it, adherents to belief in Platonic Forms believe they literally exist, in some form or another, as if there’s some extra portion of reality beyond verifiable observation in which they exist. [ Moreover they are unable to articulate their ideas by reference to existential reality, such as when we refer to […]

  • Reproductive Strategies and Markets

    by John Dow A polity can only generate the sovereign power necessary to establish and defend itself via competitiveness in the violence market. Production (Brotherly) and Reproduction (Motherly) Strategies obviously require cultivation to successfully compete fundamentally in intergroup Violence (Fatherly). Without production you lack weapons technology and food and shelter for your soldiers, without reproduction you lack soldiers. However, through […]

  • La posición de Mises en la historia de los Intelectuales

    ¿Cuál es la posición de Ludwig von Mises en la historia de los intelectuales? La acción humana de (((Mises))) es estoicismo cosmopolita Mises casi lo acierta. Si (((Rothbard))) y sus seguidores no hubiesen dañado su legado de una forma tan severa, Mises no estaría condenado al ostracismo mainstream de la comunidad intelecutal. Actualmente, cualquier mención de su nombre vincula a […]

  • Los errores de Hoppe

    Hay que reformar el racionalismo justificativo de Hans Hermann Hoppe en términos racionales y científicos. Los errores de Hoppe son naturales para un filósofo alemán crecido entre Marxistas y entrenado por ellos. Y mientras que esos errores son sustanciales, para estándares de la actualidad, son limitados a errores de construcción y justificación con sus conclusiones provenientes a la supervivencia de […]

  • El problema del liberalismo

    El liberalismo no reconoce de forma exacta el origen y el significado de los bienes. Los (((liberales))) son capaces de aceptar a los humanos pero no a sus distintas razas, por ello no pueden distinguir entre un bárbaro y un ejecutivo porque creen que nacer de un vientre te hace igual. Los (((liberales))) son incapaces de tomar en cuenta las […]