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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Non related comment:
I am looking for you artcle "Left-Rorthbardians, Part II: After Rorthbard" and I can find it anywhere.
The link in Alliance of Libertarian Left is broken.
Thaks

June 15, 2011 1:27 AM  
Blogger Kevin Carson said...

Unfortunately The Art of the Possible blog is defunct. I do have all the posts preserved in my feed reader -- I think -- so I can email it to you if you like.

June 15, 2011 9:34 AM  
Anonymous Rui Coelho said...

That's very kind. I would be gratefull if you sent it to ruicoelhomf@hotmail.com

I really like your articles, especially "The Iron Fist Behind the Invisible Hand". And as I'm starting reading Rothbard I would like to have that specific article I mentioned.

June 15, 2011 2:01 PM  
Anonymous Shachar Heller said...

It's nice to see you write more often on the p2p foundation blog recently, while I very much like your c4ss commentary, I think your style and themes on p2pfoundation are a little different, more similar to your books.

The theme of how the internet (especially when combined with encryption and social networks) assists in the empowerment of people against capital and the state is something that occupies me a lot lately.

I think if Benjamin Tucker would have foreseen the rise of these technologies he would have never become so pessimist as he did in his late life;
counter-finance projects like BitCoin undermine the money monopoly, open source hardware, software etc bypass the patent monopoly, strong encryption will enable black and grey markets to flourish (where cartelizing regulations and licensing requirements are irrlevant - as well as taxation - significantly reducing barriers of entry to market).. maybe I'm just a naive optimist but I feel if things continue this way, we stand a decent chance of truly better future.

Though there is also the problem of the land monopoly.. :-\
I guess it'll have to wait till the state governments It's nice to see you write more often on the p2p foundation blog recently, while I very much like your c4ss commentary, I think your style and themes on p2pfoundation are a little different, more similar to your books.

The theme of how the internet (especially when combined with encryption and social networks) assists in the empowerment of people against capital and the state is something that occupies me a lot lately.

I think if Benjamin Tucker would have foreseen the rise of these technologies he would have never become so pessimist as he did in his late life;
counter-finance projects like BitCoin undermine the money monopoly, open source hardware, software etc bypass the patent monopoly, strong encryption will enable black and grey markets to flourish (where cartelizing regulations and licensing requirements are irrlevant - as well as taxation - significantly reducing barriers of entry to market).. maybe I'm just a naive optimist but I feel if things continue this way, we stand a decent chance of truly better future.

Though there is also the problem of the land monopoly.. :-\
I guess it'll have to wait till the state governments are much weaker than they are now.

p.s. I would like to get a copy of that document about left-Rothbardians too please.. what about the part 1, is that available online? if not can you send it as well? thanks.are much weaker than they are now.

p.s. I would like to get a copy of that document about left-Rothbardians too please.. what about the part 1, is that available online? if not can you send it as well? thanks.

June 15, 2011 2:44 PM  
Blogger Kevin Carson said...

http://web.archive.org/web/20080613185256/http://www.theartofthepossible.net/2008/04/03/the-left-rothbardians-part-ii-after-rothbard/

June 15, 2011 3:07 PM  

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