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Libertarianism - Diversity & Progress

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Slides for a short talk I gave in favor of libertarianism on 3/28/2013, in San Francisco. https://soundcloud.com/zestyping/perspectives-on-libertarianism

Slides for a short talk I gave in favor of libertarianism on 3/28/2013, in San Francisco. https://soundcloud.com/zestyping/perspectives-on-libertarianism

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  • 1. Libertarianism -Diversity & Progress
  • 2. A little exercise
  • 3. Many Possible Societies
  • 4. Best Possible Society: Meta-UtopiaThere will not be one kind of community existing and one kind oflife led in utopia. Utopia will consist of utopias, of many differentand divergent communities in which people lead different kindsof lives under different institutions. Some kinds of communitieswill be more attractive to most than others; communities willwax and wane. People will leave some for others or spend theirwhole lives in one.Utopia is a framework for utopias, a place where people areat liberty to join together voluntarily to pursue and attemptto realize their own vision of the good life in the idealcommunity but where no one can impose his own utopianvision upon others.[In a stable world,] none of its inhabitants can imagine analternative world they would rather live in, which (they believe)would continue to exist if all of its rational inhabitants had thesame rights of imagining and emigrating.
  • 5. Common Human Goals
  • 6. But outcomes aregenerated by Systems
  • 7. What Systemsachieve our Goals?
  • 8. Liberty is an Engine of theSocietal Discovery Process
  • 9. Liberty is pluralistic
  • 10. Cautionary Tales