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Jeremy Brown
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New day, new ideas, new blog...

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Anarchy is Unnatural
This idea that I keep hearing that anarchy is somehow "natural" is absurd. Anarchy, the absence of rulers, runs directly contrary to nature. It is not the point of least resistance, a default, or a natural state of humanity. It is the result of overcoming t...

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Appeal to Deserving - A Fallacy
Note to the reader: Please read this entire article before jumping to conclusions. Your cooperation in this is much appreciated. Nobody deserves anything. Nothing at all, whether good or bad. You don't deserve food, water, or air. You don't deserve healthca...

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F-Theory
Since I have recently been asked about it, and since I have never written it down anywhere, I wanted to write this out so it is recorded somewhere  for posterity. This is a hypothesis I've been developing for a long time. It's something I've been very much ...

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Anarchy - What it is and what it is not
"Anarchy" is a term loaded with connotations that vary considerably from person to person. The common connotation of anarchy among the general population is "chaos, confusion, disorder, violence, and lawlessness". Language is arbitrary and relative, so it i...

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God's Plan vs Free Will
I recently encountered a post on Facebook that posed the following conundrum: If God gave man free will, how can everything be part of God's plan? If everything is part of God's plan, how can we have free will? Without getting into the messy discussions of ...

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Falsifying Solipsism
Solipsism is, for the most part, not a scientific problem. It's a philosophical one. And it can be falsified with logic, precision, and a little bit of empirical observation. The reason solipsism is presents an inky philosophical problem boils down to the s...

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Lessons in bias from 9-11 and dihydrogen monoxide
Well, it's September 11th again. If you didn't look at your calendar, you could probably tell easily enough from glancing at any social media feed. Today is the day everyone makes sure we never forget what happened on September 11th, 2001. And rightly so. W...

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An Overview of Countereconomics
A friend and notable activist just asked me a while ago what my idea of countereconomics is. As I contemplated his question, I realized that the answer was going to be far greater than the scope of a single Facebook message, and would require far more effor...
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