The Non-Emanationist Model of Society

Shane Eide

July 3, 2018

Keith Preston Predicts Almost Everything

Shane Eide

June 11, 2018

Autarchy as an Alternative to American Individualism

Shane Eide

June 11, 2018

Sovereignty Reconfigured

Shane Eide

January 8, 2017

Why I'm Not an Anarchist

Shane Eide

January 3, 2017

Stefan Molyneux Advocates the Ethno-Nation State

Shane Eide

November 30, 2017

The Autarch

Shane Eide

November 20, 2017

Anarchy and Civic Nationalism: Is a Debate Even Possible?

Shane Eide

November 9, 2017

Formally Informal

Shane Eide

November 7, 2017

The Unique and the Self

Shane Eide

November 3, 2017

How to Defect Completely

An exercise in abstracting the distinction between total agency and a complete lack of agency.

Semi-Contractual Work

A good work model for the non-administrative working class, in my humble opinion, would be semi-contractual work. In other words, one would work in a specific warehouse/office or what have you, and upon arrival or per schedule, choose from a list of assignments that are paid different prices according to time and difficulty. 

Tracing the Lineage of a Radical Center

I've been interested for a while in a political Center which would be far more radical and removed from the 'centrism' claimed by moderate politicians of the establishment. The position I envisioned would be radical, not in its fusing of radical elements from both the Left and the Right, but in its reading and interpretation of history through the lense of an attitude of 'apoliteia,' along with emphasizing a theory of sovereignty designed for the projection of a configuration of society in which people could be 'freed from the political;' a phrase Marxists might suppose could only happen through a form of bureaucratic socialism as Zizek contends, Traditionalist conservatives might suppose  could only happen through tribal culture and the family unit, and anarchists will resolve themselves to experience in some Fleeting Autonomous Zone.

  Now, granted, each of these apolitical-political schemes might work for specific covenant communities, but the question remains, how do we get to this panarchial Garden of Eden in which radically different neighbors can share the same countryside without butchering and bombing one another? You've already gotten the question wrong if you suppose that your own favored form of sovereignty would be the best for every group.