by V for Voluntary Library 612 views
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LUDWIG VON MISES INSTITUTE - CREATIVE COMMONS ATTRIBUTION 3.0
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by Libertarianism.org 157,359 views
Penn Jillette (@pennjillette) is a magician and entertainer known for being half of the comedy duo Penn & Teller.
Why are YOU a libertarian? Tell us in the comments below or on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/Libertarianism.org/).
Video produced by Evan Banks, Austin Bragg, and Caleb Brown.
Watch the other part of this interview at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nOgdc5JmYM
by lifeishowitis 1,318 views
Just a few reasons why if your goal is to get empathy or understanding for your person or your ideas, or if you are anywhere near the realm of wanting to convince people of them, then arguing is probably not for you.
Although in no way conclusive and many people are highly skeptical, this is a theory that makes a lot of sense to me. Argumentative Theory: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/15/arts/people-argue-just-to-
Also, I don't think it is the case that nobody can be convinced this way. One of the few people I convinced to be ancap and still is to this day I essentially bullied into it. Also, books constructed of facts I do not consider "arguing" because it is done with a persons' interests already accounted for.
Check out: Haidt - The Righteous Mind for more information on this subject; it was my strongest impetus to creating this video. Daniel Siegel was also a large influence.
by lifeishowitis 606 views
Inferential distance is a gap between the background knowledge of a person trying to explain an idea, and the background knowledge of the person trying to understand it.
Find the Text Here: http://www.everydayutilitarian.com/essays/why-its-hard-to-ex
Posted with permission from Peter Hurford at EverdayUtilitarian.com
He is also an admin over at Felicifia.org (Felicifia: global utilitarian discussion
Reclaiming Morals from Mysticism. At Felicifia, utilitarianism and other forms of consequentialism are discussed.) As a consequentialist, it might be fun to visit there along with the ancap boards.
by Niels van der Linden 547 views
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