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Mirio wrote

Have people been managing to keep up with your project? It seems quite expansive and so it's hard to find an entry point or even to judge whether entering is worth the effort.

I just looked along the menus on the left and I think I can make sense of what you are doing.

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humanispherian OP wrote

The people who have hung in haven't been the ones who expressed the most interest initially (as often happens), so I've adjusted the way I'm approaching this second phase. There's a pdf of the whole first phase, but I'm also treating the historical survey as if there will be newcomers.

I think that the format for the survey will be fairly clear in the next couple of posts. And I check in regularly various places, including here, to see if there are questions.

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subrosa wrote (edited )

I've been reading along fairly consistently. It's a lot to take in, might be a 'Mulholland Drive' thing, where things come together more clearly the second time around. I'll report back in a year or two :3

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Mirio wrote

Not a real option for me then unfortunately. Hopefully I'll glean something here and there.

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subrosa wrote

I don't wanna make it sound like it's overly demanding and complicated, it's just a lot. It's demanding if you wanna go 'completionist' on it.

Despite plenty commentary on framing, and despite having some familiarity with related Libertarian Labyrinth projects... I'm just a little uncertain about the 'greater picture' being painted here, or where the whole thing is going exactly — the 'lost continent journey' has only just begun. We'll see.

In regards to entry-points, I feel Part 1 (the 'neo-Proudhonian synthesis', menu on the left) can stand on its own, and should be useful even if you skip on most the suggested readings. With some clicking around on the links integrated in the text, any of these posts can serve as an entry-point. Probably.

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Mirio wrote

Thanks, the neo-Proudhonian bits are what I'm interested to have some minimal opinion on, so I might check it out.

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