Fallible Ideas Newsletter
Philosophy and rational analysis. By Elliot Temple.
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I made a new open discussion topic for 2021.
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Tim Pool video reporting on info from The New York Times: Pentagon Officials Say Pelosi Asked Them To Stage A Military Coup Against President Trump.
You can read more (and join the discussion) at curi.us in the topics on politics or deplatforming. Those links go to the first comment in each thread from Jan 6.
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From The Archives
With the ongoing political turmoil, I recommend people don’t get too caught up in current events and the latest news. Political philosophy ideas are more important to help enable a rational perspective. We need concepts and reasons, not just to look at the latest news/facts/evidence and think we already know the right conclusion. Read my article: Liberalism: Reason, Peace and Property.
Time Will Run Back is an easy-to-read novel by Henry Hazlitt (journalist and economics writer) about a leader in a fully socialist society who tries to fix some of the problems. The result is that he starts (unintentionally) reinventing capitalism.