I’ve made a couple of introductory posts to explain some of the core concepts already. I thought now would be a good time to post about how this is reflected in my everyday life. 605 more words
A person cannot ask an individual (such as you or me) to vote for them for a position of authority (rulership) over a given collective (e.g. 500 more words
Individualism triumphs the idea that humans should be evaluated on individual merits, not on the merits of the group to which they may belong. For example, a black man should be evaluated on his individual capacity to perform a job, not on the actions of the black people that destroyed Charlotte recently. 717 more words
If you intend to force your opponent to comply with your idea, you don’t actually need the idea, all you need is force.
You see, having an idea is fundamentally an appeal to reason–i.e. 109 more words