Discussing Propertarianism with Curt Doolittle

“What is Propertarianism?
“The Completion of the Scientific Method 
and all that results from its application.”
Propertarianism consists of SEVEN related ideas:
1) A Methodology: The completion of the Scientific Method. 
The completion of the scientific method is the core achievement of the work.
Completing the scientific method permits restatements of metaphysics, psychology, sociology, epistemology, ethics, politics, and group evolutionary strategy (the cooperation, competition, and conflict of civilizations), into a single commensurable discipline unifies all human knowledge – and oddly puts the law at the top of the knowledge hierarchy.
In retrospect, completion of the scientific method explains the reason for the rise of social pseudoscience from Marx, Boas, Freud, Cantor, Mises, Mainstream Economics, The Frankfurt School. It explains the recent Success in circumventing the Constitution; the libertarianism of Rothbard/Rand, and the Neoconservatism of Strauss. It explains the Postmodernists and the rise of postmodernism in the academy. And the Feminists, and the feminization of markets, the workplace, norms, educations, and institutions, and the infantilization of the population as a consequence.”

— propertarianism.com

Propertarianism is an attempt to create parasite proof government. I have heard criticisms of Propertarianism, and I have heard YouTubers like John Mark sing its praises in his recent video series. Thus, I figured I should talk to the man who created it to see what all the buz is about. This is my attempt at giving Propertarianism a proper hearing, and while we didn’t get into the “meat and potatoes” of Propertarianism, I certainly did leave this discussion with a better idea of what Propertarianism is. At this point, I’m not saying I agree or disagree with Propertarianism as a thesis, but I would like it to be given a thorough examination before rejecting or accepting it. It was a pleasure and an honor to partake in this discussion with Curt, and I hope we can have more in the future.

I’ll link John Mark’s channel here 

And I’ll leave a link to Curt’s website so you can follow his work should you so desire. Linked here .

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