For an overview of the project, see this post. The following list of posts and summaries are in chronological order from the date of posting. As more posts are added, I will begin to build an additional list by general topic.
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Propertarianism is a scientific, rational, empirical, approach to understanding and analyzing human behavior, incentives, norms, institutions, cooperation and conflict. In this initial introductory post, I cover the broad distinctions between Propertarianism and libertarianism and Randianism (“Objectivism”) in the areas of rights, contributions and maintenance of the commons, insurance against against violence, the militia, and the non-agression principle.
Men’s exclusion of women’s opinions about government is balanced by women’s exclusion of men’s opinions about procreation. Yang & Yin. In this more informal posting, I quote some comment banter in the realm of female sexual selection criteria. It is by no means an exhaustive treatment, merely some food for thought in the area primarily of becoming an expat as a high value male in order to escape the western game of loaded dice.
On the heels of yesterday’s post kicking off a new series, I’ve realized that Propertarianism is replete with males, yet it’s fully accessible to females and actually seeks to restore to them full power as females, the true power they squandered since they traded it away for the bait-and-switch of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution—giving them faux power so they just, ineffectively, shut up. It was power evolved over millions of years that they could truly count on because it’s already in all of them. It’s baked into the female cake.
Its purpose is to help anyone understand why they prefer to love their fellow humans than hate them. Everyone does both, of course, but even at our most hateful, we generally want to love more than hate. Simple sparks of humanity—even from perfect strangers—can touch off smiles, pats on the back, and well wishes—demonstrating a genetic compatibility and commonness we have no means of fully explaining. As rational animals, we aren’t indifferent about much of anything. We care about everything and it’s our highest virtue. To care.
A short riff with some humor too …It’s noted that our nearest primate ancestors, chimps, have female sexual selection where the alpha male accounts for nearly half of the offspring in the tribe, the other half being spread amongst his executive officer and various lieutenants—and almost half of other males bear no offspring at all.