Article Ideas dug out of a retired MLP directory (originally posted
The established forms of our society, economy and state consist of both a
fundamental superstructure and a changeable body. The former is the
radical core that establishes the rules and defines the parameters of that
universe; the later the order that has been established within the
established limits. While the first is the result of historical moments,
the second is the result of negotiation and reform.
One can think of the state as a bucket in which water slushes from one
side to the other – the state may swing from liberiarian to statist and
conservative to liberal, but these swings do not alter the bucket.
…Unless the swings gets too extreme and knock the bucket over causing a
(… Popper & Soros …)
Multiparty collaboration to push absurdist policies from the “wild”
fringes of each party.
e plurbius unium
The case for a network state.