Monthly Archives: March 2014

Conservative Values

Incorporation of the State Incorporation is an innovative state of being. In the history of organized utility–from tribalism to the nation state–it’s relatively new and continues to develop. Development of the corporate state is an emergent value. Since risk accumulates … Continue reading

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The Future of “Being” Over-Advantaged

When Pope Francis takes a vow of poverty he is, by comparison, saying that wealth cannot be fully appreciated without sharing it first, fully depreciated so that no one shall want. Francis is opposite the person that will depreciate the … Continue reading

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Preoccupation of Assumed Risk

The king, for example, thought he preoccupied the space of assumed risk. Hobbes, however, was there to remind him his divine right was fully subjected (dependent) on his subjects in priority. Unlike the king, the corporates, by contract, are shielded … Continue reading

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The Pre-Occupation

The risk of loss is fully assumed in priority. In the financial world, being too big to fail is preoccupied with the space of failure. If you are too big to fail, like Bank of America and Goldman Sachs, then … Continue reading

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Defining Space Over Time

Space is undefinable without objectivity. Without any “things”–the plural–there is no add-jective reality–no additive, comparative identity that occupies and thus defines the space over time (see the article, for example, “Idiolectal Identity.”) Without the addjective reality, objective reality is formless–it … Continue reading

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Objectivist Identity Meets Constitutional Authority

Personal Identity and the Corporate Body When Hobby Lobby challenges the Constitutional authority to command the corporate body it is asserting an Objectivist philosophy of identity that protects the corporates (the people it contains who are “self” governed) from risk. … Continue reading

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Rising Rates Against Demand Destruction

Rising rates against demand destruction is double the trouble. Rising rates, due to more demand for debt against negative equity, feeds the deflation monster and increases its appetite. Eventually it occupies more space than it can manage to contain (the … Continue reading

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