Foundation of Politics.Anarcho-Yakitalism Podcast[ 15:47 | 0.01 MB ]Play Now | Download
I get into my foundation of politics. I’m not talking about the practical side of it, just the philosophical side. If people are to act freely without violent interference, this is what it might be like, or rather what it would not be like.
Ep.8 Convo with Christian Seger on Farming-Anarcho-Yakitalism Podcast[ 1:03:14 | 0.01 MB ]Play Now | Download
Christian Seger of Blue Heron Farm and I talk about both of our farming adventures. He and his wife run a goat dairy outside of Houston, Texas. We talked about farming and eventually a little bit about schooling.
Ep.7 Yaks and Farming with Nathan from Texas[ 14:36 | 0.01 MB ]Play Now | Download
Had a nice conversation with Nathan, took a segment from it in which we were talking about yaks. I included a description of what I’m doing with the farm. Taking a little break from philosophy, we’ll probably get back into that next week, or the week after that.
Ep.6 Convo With Scott Kersey on Ethics-Anarcho-Yakitalist Podcast[ 37:06 | 34.02 MB ]Play Now | Download
Got Scott Kersey back on to talk about ethics. I learned a lot from this conversation, I hope you will too. Scott knows his stuff. This foundation of ethics we came up with in this episode is a bit different from the one Ben Blake and I came up with, I think Scott’s makes more sense. But I want feedback, what’re your thoughts? Email me at email@example.com
I was interviewed by Brett Veinotte of the School Sucks Project, talking about my plans for education and a bit of philosophy. Check it out, it was a great show. Brett does a great job over there at School Sucks. You can find the interview here.
Objective means true for everybody, as opposed to subjective which is true for yourself. An objective law would be the law of gravity, it applied to everything. A subjective opinion would be the taste of a banana, it can change with each persons taste buds. An objective law of morality would be one that everybody follows and/or agrees upon. Ben and I came to the agreement that if there is an objective law of morality, it’s that innocent people should not be harmed. Very few people disagree, and they are psychotic. If we’re going to have a foundation of ethics, it should be that.