Jan 8, 2020, 10:02 PM
I don’t get to ‘appeal’ to markets. The law doesn’t do that. We use the law to create policy that appeals to markets WITHIN the natural law.
I CANT compromise without compromising the law itself.
So no. Propertarianism isn’t an ideology or philosophy it’s just a formal logic of the cognitive, linguistic, psychological, and social sciences.
The Propertarian constitution is a movement. We can use Propertarianism to create movements. The movement is the restoration and renaissance of western civilization. We can compromise on policy.
But we can’t compromise on truth and reciprocity.
So we have a harder job than theologians, sophists, ideologists, philosophers, pseudoscientists, and outright liars.
(But I do reserve the right to mess around like everyone else does…. lol )