I Find that image to pretty well sum things up rather accurately, regardless of the theories one uses to look at the apparent direct experience they experience; The key point being the subjective experience of free agency and the companion point of perspective inherent therewith
As far as I think about intelligence and systems theory- that's the conclusion I come to- that we have the responsibility and freedom
of choice to direct the experience we experience, collectively- though collectively is made up from the core individual seed
of this that I think is a great gift of life!
I found good discussion on the topic at the website where the image is sourced from, and this all I found doing a rather amusing and humorous search on images related to the term anarcocapitalism.
The commentary is here:http://www.reddit.co...sm/comments/1gyql5/#
which I think very nicely demonstrates the clear reasoning that I think satisfies the balance between responsibility for self and self's environment.
As far as ownership, the best I've encountered in reasoning is that it is ultimately nothing more than a claim requiring demonstration, i.e. proof, and depending on various interpretations of information regarding title and liens and so on, I figure it safe to merely demonstrate proof of being the holder in due course of any title, as well as of being original creditor at least as demonstrable via direct and immediate usufructuary interest and declared clear intent, (i.e. like a living will, acting as the executor of the trust of the "You"/ Name entity)
Based on the comprehension I have garnered from information available branching out from the links I've previously posted, I think there is quite a brilliant system of jurisprudence in play, and I find the whole rules of the game to probably be far more brilliant and enlightening than much of the alternative media and dissent portrays and suggest it to be, all based on that hinge that before you have ownership- there is a claim of it staked, and that the rest of the world is thus hinged on the basic persuasiveness held
- which I previously referred to as "advantage"
also fundamental to the way I look at all these related things is that based on how the markets and intelligent creativity work, the experience of any including new advantage seems to me to in no way imply any sort of disadvantaging of some theoretical other, and this because- in the case of the vast variety possible in a market characteristically free see footnote 1
- this because of the spread across time and reason for buying and selling; in other words: advantage can be a WIN-WIN-WIN scenario, with no on at a disadvantage, and the same with an ideal-like sort of competition- it can bring the best of good out of any and all involved- and benefit everyone, BECAUSE of the variety of pursuits possible.
There is no end to problems needing fixing- no end to the solutions that can be found and the leverage of efficiency, and novel design thus enjoyed! There is no reason for a monopoly, and no excuse for it, but people need to actively pursue the advantage they can in order to realize a better picture of this being so!
Just some more thoughts, I'm wary of getting into a work requiring extensive attention to punctuation and so on, such can become unwieldy for me rather quickly!
Awesome B-day cake!
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Something slightly uncomfortable to me about the design of that Color design is the slant, going from top Right to bottom left, which seems to me to be less than auspicious, and I refer to 1215.,org and in the audio ( I think 1 of the set of three, but maybe it's in the set of 12) about the common law there is some description about the Ties worn centuries ago- and the symbolism of a king drawing a sword from it's sheath, and this symbolism basically emerging as the "No Parking" signs and even the little "lnodrop.cur" y'all are probably familiar with.
The black & yellow flag is the anarcho-capitalist flag. Check my response to tomos above as there's some info about that in there. I'm not sure about the sword imagery though.
Ok So maybe imagine a middle ages scene where you have somehow crossed a noble , and encountering the noble: They get off a horse, approaching thee, they draw a sword with the right hand, preparing to swipe a head off, or....
That's the imagery, so I am a bit averse to the reverse of that symbolism, and would prefer to have that flag with the diagonal slant going from upper left to lower right, as would it appear were I drawing a sword on the left hip with the right arm- that diagonal is formed by the arm across the chest!
Like the old ties that can still be found more often in second hand goods stores, with the same directional slant in design. Nowadas notice how many people not aware of the historical reason behind the tie's symbolism walk around, and even go to court (and whose court?!!) wearing a tie with a design slanting from upper right to lower left! Foolish!?
( I think that a free market is unavoidable, though the CHOICE can be as steep as much as
coercion can (theoretically) exist- i.e. the core issues at the bundy ranch (new mexico rancher and recognition of jurisdictions) assertions of controversy, which I feel it wise to be wary of as being a precursor of something to have an idea of what one desires and how to effectively experience it with all the contingencies taken into consideration as much as possible; title to: cars, bodies, life, DNA, time, transactional units- here at discussion with the bitcoin- the same idea must I think be extended in application to all things desired, i.e. ALLODIAL title via the land patent
, et cetera!!!)