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    Mencius Moldbug (Dark Enlightenment), A formalist manifesto + Against political freedom + An open letter to open-minded progressives

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    Mencius Moldbug (Dark Enlightenment), A formalist manifesto + Against political freedom + An open letter to open-minded progressives

    Message par Johnathan R. Razorback le Dim 21 Déc - 21:41

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_Enlightenment

    http://unqualified-reservations.blogspot.fr/2007/04/formalist-manifesto-originally-posted.html

    "One conclusion of formalism is that democracy is - as most writers before the 19th century agreed - an ineffective and destructive system of government."

    http://unqualified-reservations.blogspot.fr/2007/08/against-political-freedom.html

    "To a neocameralist, totalitarianism is democracy in its full-blown, most malignant form."

    "Personal freedom is the freedom to engage in all other acts that satisfy you directly, and that do not infringe the rights of others. For example, the other day I quoted Navrozov quoting Hobbes, who lists the following personal freedoms:

    to buy, and sell, and otherwise contract with one another; to choose their own abode, their own diet, their own trade of life, and institute their children as they themselves think fit; and the like.

    Note that democracies tend to do a rather poor job of respecting these Hobbesian liberties."

    "In my ideal neocameralist state, there is no political freedom because there is no politics."

    http://unqualified-reservations.blogspot.fr/2008/04/open-letter-to-open-minded-progressives.html


    _________________
    "Aucune grandeur n'est possible où l'on refuse d'être ce qu'on est et fût-on l'ombre de soi-même, il faut partir de là."
    -Albert Caraco, La France baroque, Edition L'Age d'Homme, 1975, 255 pages, p.64.

    "Il y a, de nos jours, beaucoup de gens qui s'accommodent très aisément de cette espèce de compromis entre le despotisme administratif et la souveraineté du peuple, et qui pensent avoir assez garanti la liberté des individus, quand c'est au pouvoir national qu'ils la livrent. Cela ne me suffit point."
    -Alexis de Tocqueville, De la Démocratie en Amérique, vol II, Quatrième Partie : Chapitre VI, 1840.


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