Tag: socialism
La Socialdemocracia como “Socialismo” de Altos Costos Fijos
Kevin Carson: En otras palabras, como genuino libertario de libre mercado, soy — a diferencia de los socialdemócratas y “progresistas” — un verdadero socialista.
Social Democracy as High-Overhead “Socialism”
Kevin Carson: As a genuine free market libertarian, I want labor to receive the full value of its product, without paying tribute to big landlords and usurers or the holders of artificial “property” rights like patents, copyrights and licenses.
Capitalism versus Capitalism, Continued
The fact is, “capitalism” means, at best, the privilege-laden mixed economy we see all around us. We will fail to communicate if we ignore that fact.
Si los “Progresistas” No Existieran, las Corporaciones Tendrían que Inventarlos
Kevin Carson: “La función central del estado es suprimir la competencia, crear sistemas artificiales de propiedad, y permitir que las clases económicas regentes extraigan rentas”.
Se os “Progressistas” Não Existissem, as Grandes Empresas Teriam de Inventá-los
Kevin Carson: Sua função central é suprimir competição, criar propriedade artificial, e permitir que as classes dominantes econômicas extraiam rentismo.
If “Progressives” Didn’t Exist, Big Business Would Have to Invent Them
Kevin Carson: “The central function of the state is to suppress competition, create artificial property, and enable economic ruling classes to extract rents.”
O Ousado e o Desejável: Profecia e Proposta
Charles Johnson: Os libertários de esquerda são por vezes conhecidos por pegarem-se em distinções e definições de palavras.
The Bold and the Desirable: A Prophecy and a Proposal
Charles Johnson: Left-libertarians are sometimes known to stick on distinctions and the definitions of words.
Political and Economic Disenfranchisement: Two Sides of the Same Coin
They are little understood in the United States, or perhaps better still misunderstood.
Capitalism: Yes and No
The issue, I repeat, is not between socialism and capitalism, in any meaningful sense of the words. In the broadest sense, it is between freedom and tyranny.
Armies that Overlap by Benjamin Tucker on YouTube
From the Markets Not Capitalism audiobook read by C4SS fellow Stephanie Murphy.
Definitions and Distinctions
THE STATE: That institution which interferes with the Free Market through the direct exercise of coercion or the granting of privileges (backed by coercion).
Market Anarchism as Stigmergic Socialism by Brad Spangler on YouTube
From the Markets Not Capitalism audiobook read by C4SS fellow Stephanie Murphy.
Socialism Revisited
Using the “socialist” label provides the occasion for a clear distinction between the genus “socialism” and the species “state-socialism.”
“Socialism” for Left Liberty
State socialism has attempted to realize socialism through the power of the state. Not surprisingly, given everything we know about states, state socialism has proven in most respects to be a disaster.
Socialism on One Planet
Ken MacLeod: A society of conscious and voluntary co-operation can’t be established unconsciously or unwillingly.
The Star Fraction — Introduction to the American Edition
Ken MacLeod: What if capitalism is unstable, and socialism is impossible?
Armies that Overlap
Anarchism, the belief in the greatest amount of liberty compatible with equality of liberty.
History of an Idea
Or, How An Argument Against the Workability of Authoritarian Socialism Became An Argument Against the Workability of Authoritarian Capitalism
Anarchy and Democracy
Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory