With her YuDu, and her Cricut, and her Sizzix BigShot and collection of embossing folders, has Mom beat us to the Homebrew Revolution? Are the scrapbookers the new vanguard?
I see that Francois Tremblay has again raised the issue of the distinction between property and possession, citing db0 (citing Proudhon, and ultimately intervening in an old debate about Kevin Carson’s work on Roderick Long’s […]
The Corvus Editions catalog passed the 150-title mark sometime over the weekend. Here’s the current list: LeftLiberty 1: The Unfinished Business of Liberty LeftLiberty 2: The Gift Economy of Property Mutualist 1: Two-Gun Mutualism and […]
Transmutation of Virtues into Vices Charles Erskine Scott Wood I believe a very tolerable essay could be written on the transmutation of virtues into vices—perhaps it has been done. There is no new thing under […]
[Part 1] – [Part 2] XIII But there are people who are still far from accepting this reasoning. The theoreticians, our masters, find ideas preferable to fact. And this doctrine that they maintain provides them […]
[Part 1] VII The representatives to the National Assembly were elected, let us not forget, to create a democratic constitution, to simplify the administration to allow a reduction in tax and respect for the individual; […]