You cant be a libertarian and a socialist
I hate to break it to 80% of this sub but socialism violates libertarian’s philosophy on a fundamental level – minimal infliction of force by the state.
Before you link to wikipedia, with the 1 citation from a paper by some french author: there are no serious thinkers/institutions claiming to be libertarian that share your views: cato, reason, Friedman, Hayek, Mises, Rand, Rands (congressmen), Amash, virtually all libertarian presidential candidates, etc…
before you cite people like Chomsky: people should take him as seriously as MMT. Corporations aren’t private tyranny. Not in any single way… Tyrannical structures don’t require your consent to work/shop with them. Any sort of conflation you make of corporations and actual authoritarian states is most likely your emotional (usual jealousy) reaction to big groups of people who are on average very productive together. Learn the definitions of voluntary association and coercion to better understand. Or read or listen to him on the rare times he is pressed on the contradiction, you can tell even he knows he’s on shaky ground.
I don’t say this because i don’t want people in our group or visiting this sub. Quite the opposite, I say this because you should see the contradictory nature between personal freedom and state coercion. If you are a socialist but are classically liberal on social issues, then you are exactly that.
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