Sterlin Luxan joins me to discuss the tools of Compassionate Anarchy. We talked about how to use logic compassionately and how the two main schools of economic thought might work together! Sterlin also provided some interesting info on the side effects of arguing about what is right.
Counter economics is the best strategy for anarchists to make the state obsolete. Compassionate anarchy is how we swell our ranks so that we can more effectively carry out that mission and maintain a free society after the state.
How can we apply Lysander Spooner's two writings, A Plan for the Abolition of Slavery and To the Non-Slaveholders of the South, to the fight against statist slavery of today?
Does it seem like Reason and Logic just don't quite cut it when you're trying to convince a statist to become an anarchist? Sterlin Luxan runs Psychologic Anarchist where he discusses using compassionate and relational anarchism as a better approach to reaching others.
What is Agorism and what qualifies a person or action as Agorist? I get into the answer to those questions and a great quote on the matter in this episode!
"The recognition of the libertarian incompatibility of statist means to anti-statist ends was the first agorist insight. following that the new agorist looked for the proper means to achieve a free society or at least a fully libertarian society. They sought market means only." Samuel Konkin 3