A collection of Facebook posts and Propertarianism.com links which explain ‘Aristocratic Egalitarianism’.
If you would be free, you must fight.
If you would win, you must confederate.
If you would confederate, you must compromise.
If you would compromise, you must accept limits on your freedom.
Freedom will be won only by those who desire to exercise it within limits considered reasonable by their fellows.
A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME: ARISTOCRATIC EGALITARIANISM AND PROPERTARIANISM
—“Q&A: Curt, How Do We Refer To Your Work: Propertarianism or Aristocratic Egalitarianism”—
In my view (which may or may not be right) I have written down in rational and scientific terms, the western group evolutionary strategy – the philosophy of the west.
But it’s a very big scope of work. So what you call it depends upon which perspective you’re looking at it from. Culturally and civilizationally, it’s the philosophy of the west: aristocratic egalitarianism. a set of values: Aristocratic, and the criteria for membership: open to anyone who will fight.
But if we are to ask what operations and processes do we use within aristocratic egalitarianism that refers to The metaphysics of action, Testimonial Truth and Epistemology, Propertarian Ethics, Market Government, and Aristocratic Ethics (excellence in man).
To make things ‘simple’ for people to understand we use the term ‘Propertarianism’ as a shortcut, even though that only technically refers to the ethical component of Aristocratic Egalitarianism.
We have debated using Testimonialism in order to place truth above property, but this term borders on the platonic, so we prefer the ‘real’ – propertarianism as a ‘common’ name for philosophical arguments that constitute the cultural strategy of the western indo European people we call Aryans: Aristocratic Egalitarianism.
So that’s the full explanation.
To say that European Aristocracy is Egalitarian is somewhat of a tautology. An aristocracy requires numbers, and has an interest in creating large numbers in a hierarchy of aristocratic peers. So aristocracy is egalitarian – open to meritocratic entry