captaindread1

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captaindread1 wrote

Nobody? That's the real dream of the liberal democracy, deferred violence.

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captaindread1 wrote

Agree; the individualistic dogma that rules our societies is just irrational; life is characterized by the emergent properties which result from complex systems.

In the same way that you can explaint complex pluricelular organism from the properties of its constituyent parts, that is cells, you can't understand the potential of the whole humanity just by isolating individuals and considering that those are just the sum of each part. I mean, for example, intelligence is a emergent property of the society.

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This is not against materialism, that is, physical pain. Indeed is against the alienation that the sacred "Self" impose against the society as a whole.

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captaindread1 wrote

Probably the religious tradition of individual salvation has contributed fiercely to the fact that certain neural networks have been favored, thus enhancing the current hyper-individualist vision of society.

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captaindread1 wrote

Me temo que hasta que no levantemos barricadas no hay nada que hacer.

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Global conditions are changing, and are not comparable to any one in the past; then past experiences can't be extrapolated. Do you want to know if an anarchist society is possible? Just work hard for that goal, collect the result and analyze them.

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I recommend you to start spreading propaganda in your neigbourhood, such as sticks. This can be useful for attracting the attention of potential libertarians and for checking if there's any far right pig near you.