In the previous two episodes we defined a coherent ethical theory that was mutually inclusive of both deontological ethical theories and consequentialist ethical theories, but distinct from either. We also briefly spoke about pragmatic ethics (mostly applicable to the sciences) and virtue ethics (mostly applicable in religious contexts).
In this episode we will largely conclude Anarchist Ethics as a topic (assuming we have time). We'll discuss the overall mindset of those who hold to these ethics, and the tactics needed to create an enlightened transition to stateless society. We'll then apply these ethics to those tactics to justify them.
If this episode does not complete the topic, we will do our next show on this same subject. If we do happen to finish this topic this evening, we'll start to discuss our next set of subjects: panarchism (anarchic legal order) and panarchist synthesis (voluntary and non-uniform organizational and economic systems all existing simultaneously in a stateless society). These concepts lead us to the answers to interesting questions like "how is defense managed in the absence of a state monopoly?" or "how is law managed in the absence of a state monopoly?"...or my favorite (and most asked); "who will build the roads if not for the state?"
Join me in chat or on the phone. All are welcome.
(Remember, to hear the last 15 minutes of the show, after we go off-air, you'll need to call in and listen via your phone/Skype.)
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