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Unread 18 Feb 2016, 22:18   #1
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Tietaja - free market

Bonjour.

I orginally meant to respond to the last thread we were talking in but kept quitting when reading the neo lib article you posted - I'll provide the excuse if we need to go through it but since you've made a lot of pro libertarian comments since then I'd like to try and distill this into one thread...

My opener is a request for a broad outlook for the kind of legislation you would like to see that would solve what you deem to be the most pressing problems in the world.
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Re: Tietaja - free market

first im not libertarian. im perhaps a moderate centrist with a lot of respect for the core values of certain civilizations that are reason, freedom, and the value of the individual as itself notsomuch as means to an end (that is a formulation of categorical imperative). i suppose you could rather call me a german idealist.

second i dont know what neo lib or neoliberal or whatever actually means so i cant comment on it. if it means things above then certainly i am one.

there is no amount of legislation that can solve the problem (im not so sure one exists, if such does i refer to silenus) that is keeping up with the joneses.
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Re: Tietaja - free market

There is also no quantity of legislation that would solve the problem of keeping up with the joneses.

Here i admit to the frankl-gautama -school of things. The only development recently has been such that i disagree now that being nothing would be impossible.

I propose the following:

Rabbits and horses have horns
Oxen and rams have no horns
Nary a hair nary a wisp
Like mountains, like peaks
The golden relics still exist right now
With white foaming waves flooding the skies
Where can they be put
Theres no place to put them
Even the one who returned to the west with one shoe has lost them
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