Category: 4.2-Construction

  • Sequence: Criteria for Membership

    If you respect life, limb, property, commons, norm, and law, you obtain the insurance of juridical defense: rule of law. If you produce income, pay taxes, you gain access to membership in the Jury. If you acquire property, you marry, and you have children, you gain access to membership in the house of common people. If […]

  • Tips on Strict Construction

    TIPS ON STRICT CONSTRUCTION Strict construction, in operational language, is extremely difficult, because it requires you have procedural understanding of the subject. Strictly constructed propertarian arguments SHOULDN’T be terribly difficult because each operation is subjectively testable by you. What I’ve seen from others efforts, is an attempt to mix non-operational moral language with feigned attempts […]