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Jordan Lofton

  • Book TV: Michael Hardt "Commonwealth" - Duration: 10:00.

    • 5 years ago
    Michael Hardt argues for a newly theorized form of political and social organization where the public and private are superseded by the common." He presents his thoughts on what he deems an altern...
  • Continued: He takes the arguments of another economist, runs with it and gets "Property is freedom", another "Property is despotism" and yet other arguments for property had so many problems they led to the statement "Property is theft", all statement that he found some agreement with, but only certain aspects. He was poking fun at the political economists of his day and doing some serious dialectics along the way. If nothing else, his work is an excellent exercise in argumentation.

    'Property is theft' stolen concept fallacy - Duration: 3:40.

    • 4 years ago
    Thanks to MOONDOGGIESWTF for drawing my attention to this. ( )

    Nathaniel Branden quote excerpted from:
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