Tag: Emergent Orders
Devletin Yapabildiği Herhangi (İyi) Bir Şeyi Biz Çok Daha İyi Yapabiliriz
Gary Chartier, Any (Good) Thing the State Can Do, We Can Do Better. Okumak üzere olduğunuz makale Gary Chartier tarafından kaleme alınmış ve 7 Haziran 2010 tarihinde Liberalaw adındaki kendi blogunda yayınlanmıştır. 28 Mart 2013 tarihinde C4SS’de yayınlanmış ve Faruk Pak tarafından Türkçe’ye çevrilmiştir. Devletsiz bir toplumdaki insanların BP petrol sızıntısı gibi bir felakete yeterli…
The Weekly Abolitionist: Prisiones y empresarialidad
Nathan Goodman. Artículo original: The Weekly Abolitionist: Prisons and Entrepreneurship, del 9 de junio de 2016. Traducido al español por Luis Vera Suárez. Los emprendedores, o sea, las personas que están alerta a las oportunidades de obtener beneficios y que actúan para tal fin, existen en todas las sociedades. Pero las oportunidades que toman varían….
El cercamiento industrial es más que solo patentes
De David Coetzee. Artículo original: There is More to Industrial Enclosure than Patents, del 17 de junio de 2014. Traducido al español por Luis Vera Suárez. Eric Blattberg, escribiendo para VenturBeat, reporta (“ Tesla Motors: Please infringe on our patents for the greater good”) que la manufacturera de autos eléctricos Tesla permitirá de ahora en…
“Kapitalizm” Terimini Kullanmayı Bırakmalıyız
Okumak üzere olduğunuz makale, Gary Chartier tarafından kaleme alınmış ve Efsa tarafından Türkçe ’ye çevrilmiştir. 23 Kasım 2013 tarihinde “We Should Abandon the Term ‘Capitalism’” başlığı altında yayınlanmıştır. Özgürlüğü savunmak, barışçıl ve gönüllü alışverişi kısıtlamaya gelen baskılara karşı çıkmak anlamına gelir. Ancak bundan barışçıl ve gönüllü alışveriş sistemini “kapitalizm” olarak adlandırmamız gerektiği çıkarılmamalıdır. Elbette bazı insanlar, bunun…
Lima Bentuk Penindasan Negara
Oleh: Kelly Vee. Teks aslinya berjudul: Five Faces of State Oppression. Diterjemahkan kedalam Bahasa Indonesia oleh Ameyuri Ringo & Alvin Born to Burn Young, I. M. (1990). Five Faces of Oppression. (E. Hackett, & S. Haslanger, Eds. ) Theorizing Feminisms, hlm. 3-16. Dalam “Five Faces of Oppression”, Iris M. Young (1990) mencoba membuat kriteria objektif…
“Libertari” per la Pulizia Etnica
Di Kevin Carson. Originale pubblicato il 29 marzo 2015 con il titolo “Libertarians” for Ethnic Cleansing. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna. Quando un libertario di destra difende la gentrificazione, lo fa di solito inquadrandola come fenomeno del tutto spontaneo proprio del libero mercato, e minimizzando o ignorando il ruolo dello stato nel promuoverla. Già questo è…
The Weekly Abolitionist: Prisons and Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurs, or people who are alert to profit opportunities and act in order to obtain profits for themselves, exist in all societies. But the profit opportunities they seek will vary. Some entrepreneurs may seek to profit by providing consumers with goods they value, such as pizza or beer. Others may attempt to profit by seeking…
Kevin Carson’s Desktop Regulatory State
C4SS Senior Fellow Kevin Carson’s book The Desktop Regulatory State: The Countervailing Power of Individuals and Networks, a project of five years work, is now in print. It’s also available online here. Here’s a description C4SS Senior Fellow Gary Chartier — who’s also responsible for the beautiful interior and cover design — wrote for the…
Markets Not Capitalism — Introduction
The individualist anarchist tendency is alive and well. Markets Not Capitalism offers a window onto this tendency’s history and highlights its potential contribution to the global anticapitalist movement. We seek in this book to stimulate a thriving conversation among libertarians of all varieties, as well as those with other political commitments, about the most fruitful path toward human…
Why I Am an Anarchist
by Voltairine de Cleyre It was suggested to me by those who were the means of securing me this opportunity of addressing you, that probably the most easy and natural way for me to explain Anarchism would be for me to give the reasons why I myself am an Anarchist. I am not sure that they…
Anarchism in Germany
“Anarchism’s lone objective is to reach a point at which the belligerence of some humans against humanity, in whatever form, comes to a halt. And with this end point in mind, people must transcend themselves in the spirit of brother and sisterhood, so that each individual, drawing on natural ability, can develop freely.” — Gustav…
Do Free Markets Always Produce a Corporate Economy?
Introducing Mutual Exchange: Do Free Markets Always Produce a Corporate Economy? What would a free market look like? Most people agree that totally freed markets are nowhere to be seen in today’s world. States intruding on voluntary exchange and standing in the way of free association is commonplace across the globe. There are some markets, yes. But…
Altruism in Nepal on Feed 44
C4SS Feed 44 presents Grant A. Mincy‘s “Altruism in Nepal” read by Erick Vasconcelos and edited by Nick Ford. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake has devastated Nepal. Buildings, old and new, have crumbled. Older brick and wood homes are almost exclusively reduced to rubble. In an interview with The Guardian, Bhaskar Gautam, a local sociologist, describes the situation: “Outside Kathmandu…
A Paradise Built in Hell
If anarchism makes any empirical claim, it is that humans have the capacity, indeed the natural inclination, to organize themselves into networks of mutual aid: we do not need a government holding a gun to our head to compel socially beneficial behaviour. Rarely do we get an opportunity submit this hypothesis to a conclusive test,…
Something Stinks in the Deodorant Debate on Feed 44
C4SS Feed 44 presents Kevin Carson‘s “Something Stinks in the Deodorant Debate” read by Dylan Delikta and edited by Nick Ford. Mass-production corporate capitalism is statist to the core — a creature of the state. And the kind of mass consumerism and market segmentation that results in 23 brands of deodorant is absolutely vital to the…
We Are Market Forces on Feed 44
C4SS Feed 44 presents “We Are Market Forces” from the book Markets Not Capitalism, written by Charles Johnson, read by Stephanie Murphy and edited by Nick Ford. It’s convenient to talk about “market forces,” but you need to remember that remember that those “market forces” are not supernatural entities that act on people from the outside. “Market forces” are…
Is There Any Reason to Celebrate Prison Escapees?
If you have even a shred of humanity, the answer is yes. Prisoners Richard Matt and David Sweat have dominated headlines for nearly two weeks after escaping from Dannemora, a maximum security prison in Upstate, New York. One prison employee, Joyce Mitchell, has been accused of providing them assistance in their escape. She too now,…
Freed Gender Identity as a Libertarian Issue
There is no doubt that the last twelve months have been a watershed period concerning the greater visibility of transgender, genderqueer, and other gender‑diverse people in both mainstream and social media. Two examples from recent times most readily spring ready to the mind. The actress Laverne Cox graced the front cover of the iconic Time…
Gender Identity and Libertarianism
Download a PDF copy of Mikayla Novak’s full C4SS Study: Gender Identity and Libertarianism Abstract People who do not identify with a gender status consistent with conventional fixed, binary gender stereotypes remain the target of a complex array of typically intertwining state policies and civil societal norms which greatly inhibit their liberties. Transgender and other gender-diverse…
Free Market Fairness or Freed Market Anti-Capitalism?
In Free Market Fairness [1] John Tomasi lays out a way in which the gap between broadly libertarian (or classical liberal) and high liberal (or liberal egalitarian) political philosophies can be bridged. Since F. A. Hayek’s methodologically individualist rejection of the concept of social justice, and Robert Nozick’s liberty-based rejection of egalitarian distributive justice, there…
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