Monday, July 18, 2016

Sheldon Richman — My Kind of Candidate...

…would support polycentric law and spontaneous order.
Would require a much higher level of collective consciousness with a much more expanded appreciation of universality than at present.

There is also the issue of getting from here to there.

Conclusion: utopian thinking, akin to magical thinking at this point.

The practical question is how to evolve the requisite level of collective consciousness for spontaneous order based on appreciation of universality. At minimum, it requires a reconfiguration of educational systems, advancing beyond tribalism, etc.

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My Kind of Candidate...
Sheldon Richman

1 comment:

Ryan Harris said...

Spontaneous order sounds Ayn Randian in practice.
I don't get the polycentric law idea in practice either, law without the state would be abused?