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Michael Lagoy wrote Re: Last Comment
on Tue, Sep 11 2012 5:43 AM
I wouldn't say it is out of character. I make it a point to always learn more, to apply as objectively as possible what I learn from any theory or particular theorist, and that is shown in that comment. I've read a lot of material from the Austrian School since my first post, and have learned quite a bit. However, I've also learned a lot from others in other schools of thought, and my heart leans toward a more socialized society even if my mind hesitates based on what it has been taught by Hazlitt, Mises, and others. I want to dedicate myself to continued learning, and try to apply that knowledge to potentially solve the problems that are believed to cripple most socialist systems. It is not trolling. I simply wanted to clarify, for any who may look me up, that I no longer associate, in any sense other than (possibly) an ideological one, with the the Austrian School of Economics or with libertarian political theory. Just damage control for the future, trying to reduce potential confusion. Take care.
Anenome wrote Lagoy
on Mon, Sep 10 2012 2:34 PM
Yeah, finally got down to his last post, lol, what the hell was that?
Malachi wrote Nice work
on Fri, Aug 17 2012 4:57 PM
I commend thee, thou art a Polemic Gold Metallist!
Lady Saiga wrote Hi again
on Fri, Jul 27 2012 9:42 AM

Hey thanks!  I do poke around this forum, and only have contributed a tiny bit.  I'm not really qualified to contribute much, as you can see.  I didn't notice your comment right away because I've turned off those notifications due to having as much Viagra around as I can manage...

As you see I'm still working my way around the Ethics questions, probably no closer to understanding than I was initially.

Anenome wrote Courts & Law
on Fri, Jul 6 2012 8:02 PM
Your comment I never responded to revealed in me a significant weakness involving my conception of autarchy--namely that I don't understand the philosophy of law well enough to come to cogent answers on that front. Thus I'm going to delve into a few relevant works, starting with Bastiat's "The Law." Do you have any others to recommend?