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Every step toward the elimination of profit is progress on the way toward social disintegration.
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Rejecting Career Paths and Planning for Uncertainty
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We will only have perfectly achieved equality when we are all dead.
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If everyone sacrificed their own happiness for the happiness of others, no one would be happy.
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Addressing a form of zealotry that is cloaked in the guise of science.
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The notion of compromise often receives praise as a virtuous middle ground, a means for rationally resolving conflicts and maintaining harmony. It is the balanced solution where everyone gets a little
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Interviews with Per Bylund and Tom Hyde.
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Ironically, behavior induced by government intervention gets labeled as “consumerism”, yet the blame often erroneously falls on capitalism and free markets.
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We must defend the freedom of the mind to be creative at all costs.
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For this week's newsletter, I thought I would deviate from the usual format to share some quotes (and a poem) centered around a theme that has recently occupied my thoughts. Enjoy! On employing
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Childhood does not have to entail coercion.
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Through understanding, we liberate ourselves.
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We typically think of constraints as limiting factors to something we want to achieve. This conception is too narrow. Progress often comes from discovering constraints, and from further refining them.
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Richard P. Feynman was one of the 20th century's most brilliant theoretical physicists and original thinkers. He all but rebuilt the theory of quantum electrodynamics. It was for this work that he
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Do not destroy the means of error-correction.
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Why people will never be made redundant.
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How to have a natural monopoly.
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Addressing common arguments against immortality.
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Why society has it backwards
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