[pp.int.general] What's the minimal set of axioms for piratic ideology?
carlo von lynX
lynX at pirate.my.buttharp.org
Wed Dec 9 22:10:08 CET 2015
On Wed, Dec 09, 2015 at 09:11:58PM +0100, Thijs Markus wrote:
> The point being, that if you fail to recognise that state and freedom
> are opposing forces, the state usually wins. Ideologies that have not
> recognised this were not judged too kindly by history.
I don't believe in ideologies and the way you summarize things
into three lines smells like ideology.
If practical implementations of the state have frequently failed
to guarantee freedom, isn't it more useful to ask yourself what went
wrong? (I know a few things, but I'm not sure you would like to hear).
And you didn't relate to any of the points I made.
I like evidence-based thinking as suggested by some of the documents
that got posted here, but the Pirate movement has rarely practiced
anything like that. We probably wouldn't be using mailing lists if we did.
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