Another thing I wrote for LoTNV:
RuleScape: Dynamic peaceful order in societies
We are currently witnessing fundamental changes in human society. Common shared values are lost, general ideologies disappear, technical progress accelerates. And at the same time the systemic inter-dependencies increase, global connections grow and the amplification of power and error roar. Change in general has become a fundamental dynamic. But our concepts of organizing societies have not progressed for the last one hundred years.
Something I wrote for the folks over at LoTNV:
There are two kinds of dangerous rules: Those that do not work and those that most people ignore.
Both lead to broken peace and stalled life. The usual way of creating rules – law – was to create fixed rules from top to down and enforce them with surveillance and threats of violence.
This is an imaginative story, not a mystery. No religion, no guide, only inspiration.
From the Second Realm blog:
About everyone agrees that there is something “wrong” with how the world operates today – and we chime into that choir. But our analysis and solutions are radically different. What is it that goes wrong? What should be done instead? And, most of all, who should do it? What is our reasoning?
I have been interviewed by Hiro on agoristradio.com. See links below:
It has been a while since I wrote this small booklet. But it is still relevant.
Lot’s of typos though. As always. And needs some more information on cultural development and how to get people involved.
Check it out:
I wonder when part II will get done.
Usually I refer to myself as an anarchist, or maybe an anarcho-capitalist, sometimes even as a voluntaryist. But none of those terms are satisfactory when talking with people that are not well versed in the theory of those terms. And, those terms fall short of describing my motivations and basic views on “right life” in society. Therefor I shall confront you, my dear reader, with the guiding motto of my life: “All that is Peaceful.”