Liberty, Dicta and Force

Liberty, Dicta and Force

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12/05/2018Audio/Video
Louis Carabini's work on the tenants of liberty and the natural extinction of political authority is now available as an audiobook.
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Introduction

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The Introduction to Liberty, Dicta and Force by Louis E. Carabini.
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Chapter 1. The Political Box

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Carabini explains why so many people hold firmly to the illusion that politics and government serve a beneficial social function.
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Chapter 2. Barbaric Civility

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Carabini discusses the duality of political conduct versus personal conduct.
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Chapter 3. Doing Good: Nice Guys Finish First

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Carabini on the natural selection of human cooperation over force.
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Chapter 4. Fairness and Equality

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Carabini discusses the political perversion of “fairness” and “equality” to gain votes and power.
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Chapter 5. Discrimination, Beliefs, and Expressions

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Carabini on the importance of relationships that are voluntary, joint ventures based on preferences.
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Chapter 6. Tragedy of the Commons and Human Behavior

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Carabini on why individuals manage the resources of the commons better than government.
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Chapter 7. Obedience to Authority

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Carabini on why even the most compassionate people can conduct themselves in abhorrent ways when they are obedient to authority.
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Chapter 8. Complexity, Adaption, and Order: Visualing the Invisible Hand

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12/06/2018Audio/Video
Carabini shows why the political top-down ordering of society is disruptive to social order.
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