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The State of NRx and its Relation to Propertarianism

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AN ANALYSIS OF THE STATE OF NRx AND ITS RELATION TO PROPERTARIANISM
(from elsewhere)

RE:https://thespiritualsun.wordpress.com/2015/08/04/a-catalog-of-unforced-errors/

[G]reat post. I’ve been looking for a way to riff off of someone else’s work. This is a good opportunity. Sorry if this is a bit long. I just went through the points and captured my thoughts as I went along. But I think it gets the point across.
1) Scope?
To what are you referring when referring to NRx? Do you mean Yarvin’s Critique? Do you mean the folks that claim to defend authority over arguments in that critique? Do you mean the body of people who participate in that set of criticisms and make use of those arguments? Do you mean the entire suite of arguments that suggest that the enlightenment experiment has failed?

2) —What would a small measure of success look like for contemporary reaction? —
Success would incrementally look like:…

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