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Third, Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Principles of Autarchy

The philosopher does not toil. However, we must always remember that toil is evil, not productivity Our revenue must more than meet our immediate needs: it must facilitate a life of leisure. Anything less is wage slavery. It’s always prudent to … Continue reading

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Fourth Principle of Autarchy

Association is important in labor. We must choose our company prudently Las Indias: on Cooperative Productive Autonomy Neither he who is always seeking material aid from his friends nor he who never considers such aid is a true friend; for … Continue reading

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Time to Love

“Our Western and Christian civilization is a giant failure because it transformed life into a call to spend, to consume and accumulate and what it’s wasting are hours of life upon this planet. We don’t have a youth crisis, what … Continue reading

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