Category Archives: Dissident Philosophy

The nitty gritty of why good people oppose the Establishment.

Reformism Does Not Work: A Critique of Political Activism

[Download a PDF of this article] “They tell us, sir, that we are weak – unable to cope with so formidable an adversary. But when shall we be stronger? Will it be the next weak, or the next year? Will … Continue reading

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The Etymology of the Word, “Anarchy”

Words are used to abstractly convey ideas through a particular series of signs or sounds. As they have evolved alongside the growth of human liberty, the expansion of literacy contributed a unique quality to our sentience by increasing the variety … Continue reading

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Who Owns You? (Transcript)

The following is taken from a vlog by Josie the Outlaw of the same name. A transcript is provided here fro you all so as to reduce the effects of “Because YouTube Said So…” Any mistakes in transcription is solely … Continue reading

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What Has Been Achieved?

The very existence of a “freedom movement” (or, more appropriately, a libertarian culture), as a distinct yet marginalized segment of the domestic body politic, testifies to the fact that America is no longer the land of the free and the … Continue reading

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Carousel of Carnivores

“It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly, one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts.”                                                                                    … Continue reading

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A Pivotal Question for Anarcho-Capitalists

Recently, when I was renewing my apartment lease, the landlord informed me that I also needed to renew my renter’s insurance, of which “proof of insurance coverage” is required, otherwise I would not be allowed to sign the renewal contract … Continue reading

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Keeping Up With the Joneses

Corporate subsidies are used for little less other than perpetuating corporatism. One such application is the promotion of slick advertising campaigns whose purpose is to trick the public into flippantly spending away the fruits of their hard-won labor in order … Continue reading

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