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Over Waarheid: De Tirannie van Illusie By Stefan Molyneux
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Over Waarheid daagt u uit om al uw intieme en persoonlijke relaties te onderzoeken aan de hand van essentiele grondbeginselen. Dat zal er toe leiden gelukkiger te worden en echte liefde te ervaren en... More > te ontsnappen aan niet verkozen valse verplichtingen die ons een gelukkiger leven beletten. De mens zoekt het goede maar velen van ons zijn vanaf onze jeugd geconditioneerd met corrupte moraal om autoritaire willekeur te eren. Als geluk en vreugde te bereiken zijn door het goede te kennen en ernaar te handelen, dan is die conditionering de oorzaak van ons lijden. Hele generaties kinderen groeiden op met het idee dat enkel het feit geboren te zijn verplichtingen creeerd. Dat is geheel onjuist en een van de meest destructieve mythen van de mensheid. De weg naar echte vreugde en liefde is de waarheid te kennen en in waarheid te leven. Over Waarheid wijst u de weg.< Less
Over Waarheid: De Tirannie van Illusie By Stefan Molyneux
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Over Waarheid daagt u uit om al uw intieme en persoonlijke relaties te onderzoeken aan de hand van essentiele grondbeginselen. Dat zal er toe leiden gelukkiger te worden en echte liefde te ervaren en... More > te ontsnappen aan niet verkozen valse verplichtingen die ons een gelukkiger leven beletten. De mens zoekt het goede maar velen van ons zijn vanaf onze jeugd geconditioneerd met corrupte moraal om autoritaire willekeur te eren. Als geluk en vreugde te bereiken zijn door het goede te kennen en ernaar te handelen, dan is die conditionering de oorzaak van ons lijden. Hele generaties kinderen groeiden op met het idee dat enkel het feit geboren te zijn verplichtingen creeerd. Dat is geheel onjuist en een van de meest destructieve mythen van de mensheid. De weg naar echte vreugde en liefde is de waarheid te kennen en in waarheid te leven. Over Waarheid wijst u de weg.< Less
Universally Preferable Behaviour - A Rational Proof of Secular Ethics By Stefan Molyneux
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In many fairy tales, there lives a terrible beast of stupendous power, a dragon or a basilisk, which tyrannizes the surrounding lands. The local villagers tremble before this monster; they sacrifice... More > their animals, pay money and blood in the hopes of appeasing its murderous impulses. Year after year, decade after decade, wave after wave of hopeful champions try to match their strength, virtue and cunning against this terrible tyrant. Try – and fail. Inevitably, a man steps forward who strikes everyone as utterly incongruous. He is a stable boy, a shoemaker’s son, a baker’s apprentice – or sometimes, just a vagabond. This book is the story of my personal assault on just such a beast. This “beast” is the belief that it is impossible to define an objective, rational, secular and scientific ethical system. This “beast” is the illusion that morality must forever be lost in the irrational swamps of gods and governments, forever lacking logical justification and clear definition...< Less
Universally Preferable Behaviour - A Rational Proof of Secular Ethics By Stefan Molyneux
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For thousands of years, humanity has attempted to enforce ethics through supernatural and secular punishments; this rabid aggression has been both necessary and ridiculous. It has been necessary... More > because a rational proof of secular ethics has never been achieved; it has been ridiculous because it is impossible to imagine any scientific or mathematical argument being advanced in such a hysterical and violent manner. Stefan Molyneux has written "Universally Preferable Behavior: A Rational Proof of Secular Ethics,” which presents radical and rational arguments for a nonreligious, non-statist, entirely secular set ethical standards which validate the nonaggression principle – thou shalt not initiate force against thy fellow human – and the fundamental logic for respecting property rights. Armed with the arguments in “Universally Preferable Behavior,” you can both know the truth and will the good.< Less
Everyday Anarchy: The Freedom of Now By Stefan Molyneux
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The word “anarchy” evokes images of dangerous mobs, spiky-haired youths hurling garbage cans through Starbucks windows, and the chaos of the war of all against all. However, the word... More > “anarchy” simply means “without rulers” - and this state of affairs is something we desperately desire and defend in so many areas of our own lives. If a political ruler were to tell us who to marry, what to learn, and which job to take, we would rebel against such tyrannical intrusions on our freedoms. How can we reconcile this contradiction? Is being “without rulers” good, or bad? How can we fear something so terribly, while at the same time treasuring it so mightily? “Everyday Anarchy” addresses this challenge head-on, arguing that being free of rulers is not something to fear - personally or politically - but rather a goal that we must constantly strive towards.< Less
Practical Anarchy: The Freedom of the Future By Stefan Molyneux
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Imagine a world without government – this thought exercise seems impossible for many, because the power and reach of state monopolies is so omnipresent in our lives. However, there is no... More > rational, economic or moral reason to assume that governments are necessary for the provision of roads, healthcare, charity, dispute resolution, courts, policing, national defense, jails – or any of the other services currently monopolized by the state. Governments are extremely dangerous, responsible for over 250 million deaths in the 20th century alone – if it is possible to run a society without a government, surely this is something that we must strive towards as a species. Practical Anarchy makes strong case for the private – that is to say voluntary – provision for public services. It reveals the idea of government as a dangerous and unnecessary anachronism, and points the way towards a peaceful and voluntary future for mankind.< Less
Practical Anarchy - Softcover By Stefan Molyneux
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Imagine a world without government – this thought exercise seems impossible for many, because the power and reach of state monopolies is so omnipresent in our lives. However, there is no... More > rational, economic or moral reason to assume that governments are necessary for the provision of roads, healthcare, charity, dispute resolution, courts, policing, national defense, jails – or any of the other services currently monopolized by the state. Governments are extremely dangerous, responsible for over 250 million deaths in the 20th century alone – if it is possible to run a society without a government, surely this is something that we must strive towards as a species. Practical Anarchy makes strong case for the private – that is to say voluntary – provision for public services. It reveals the idea of government as a dangerous and unnecessary anachronism, and points the way towards a peaceful and voluntary future for mankind.< Less
Everyday Anarchy - Pocketbook By Stefan Molyneux
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The word “anarchy” evokes images of dangerous mobs, spiky-haired youths hurling garbage cans through Starbucks windows, and the chaos of the war of all against all. However, the word... More > “anarchy” simply means “without rulers” - and this state of affairs is something we desperately desire and defend in so many areas of our own lives. If a political ruler were to tell us who to marry, what to learn, and which job to take, we would rebel against such tyrannical intrusions on our freedoms. How can we reconcile this contradiction? Is being “without rulers” good, or bad? How can we fear something so terribly, while at the same time treasuring it so mightily? “Everyday Anarchy” addresses this challenge head-on, arguing that being free of rulers is not something to fear - personally or politically - but rather a goal that we must constantly strive towards.< Less
The God of Atheists: Softcover By Stefan Molyneux
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"To say that this novel is a tour-de-force is an understatement... It is impossible is to resist quoting passages from this novel, given the author’s brilliant insights into character,... More > wonderful literary flourishes and stunning demonstration of what is meant by inspired writing." - Humber School for Writers. A savage, brilliant, hilarious attack on modern hypocrisy, "The God of Atheists" follows the downfall of three men who wake up one morning and decide to take what they have not earned. Al, a down-and-out music producer, bullies his handsome son into forming a boy-band. Alder, an obscure academic, steals a brilliant idea from a grad student. As they exploit the talents of the naïve youths around them, their fame and wealth increase – but they become more and more terrified of exposure and destruction...< Less
The God of Atheists: Softcover By Stefan Molyneux
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"To say that this novel is a tour-de-force is an understatement... It is impossible is to resist quoting passages from this novel, given the author’s brilliant insights into character,... More > wonderful literary flourishes and stunning demonstration of what is meant by inspired writing." - Humber School for Writers. A savage, brilliant, hilarious attack on modern hypocrisy, "The God of Atheists" follows the downfall of three men who wake up one morning and decide to take what they have not earned. Al, a down-and-out music producer, bullies his handsome son into forming a boy-band. Alder, an obscure academic, steals a brilliant idea from a grad student. As they exploit the talents of the naïve youths around them, their fame and wealth increase – but they become more and more terrified of exposure and destruction...< Less