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Everyday Anarchy Paperback – 2008

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 143 pages
  • Publisher: Freedomain (2008)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002TSKTCU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,040,407 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Book Fanatic VINE VOICE on June 29, 2014
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This book is short and easy to comprehend while at the same time being very thought provoking. This makes it a perfect book for the thinking person. Whether you agree with Molyneux or not you have to appreciate his clear thinking and address his arguments. This book doesn't make a practical case for anarchism, but challenges the reader with the contradictions of all forms of government including supposedly free western democracies.

This was my first encounter with Stefan Molyneux and I was favorably impressed. Excellent book and highly recommended.
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This book is excellent! While religious people might find it insulting, it offers new ideas for a more peaceful society in a fun and logical way. Not everyone will agree immediately, much like the response to the first book saying the earth is round... but in 100 years this book will be regarded as a classic that was way ahead of its time.
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Author does an outstanding job of arguing the flaws of government without coming across too naive about his own ideas. A refreshing departure from the empty and immature rhetoric that usually occupies the subject of anarchy. I had never heard of the author. But luckily, Amazon recommended him based on my other books. Now I am hooked. I'll be starting Practical Anarchy and moving my way through the rest of his collection now.
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It should be clear that Stefan Molyneux's ideals for anarchism are what Europeans would call anarcho-capitalist or what Americans call libertarian. Molyneux's writing is grabbing but the title of his book does not tackle anarchism per se. For those familiar with the traditions of Proudhon, Guerin, Bakhunin, or Goodman will not be found here. This book does not deal with the aforementioned thinkers nor anarcho-syndicalism, collectivism, or libertarian socialism; you'll have to look elsewhere for that. However, if you're looking for strident prose in favor of private enterprise, this seems like a good introduction.
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As with all of Stefan’s nonfiction work this is a truly wonderful read or audio book experience. Some things might be uncomfortable to hear depending on where you are in your personal journey toward truth but the logic is always stated and it is always a good idea to question everything. Having gone through all his books and many podcasts I have to say that he is one of the few people I can’t find too much to complain about when it comes to thought processing and he has highlighted a few points and developed some brilliant logical solutions I had not thought of.

About the only warning I would give is that people who are new to libertarian thought, the concept of the Non-Aggression Principal and general free thinking need to understand that a lot of these concepts are not primer material. Even though logic based on respect for others should not be shocking, the concepts fly in the face of traditional thought in that they don’t allow for exemptions to principal or logic and pointing out this hypocrisy can cause instinctive recoil.

You’ll often hear a free market person joke that the difference between a minarchist and an anarchist is six months because freeing your mind does take time.
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Everyday Anarchy Shows us how anarchy is far from the bogeyman of our nightmares, but in fact our most prized possession. This book explains how the absence of state control in our personal lives is our greatest treasure and that expanding that sphere to society as a whole is the only way to set us free...
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While this is some very hard hitting literature, it does a great job of not forcing any ideas on you and really making you come up or discover your own beliefs on this material. Uses real life analogies to explain difficult concepts. I believe anyone who reads this, anarchist or not, will find something to take from it
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Once again Stefan Molyneux does not disappoint. This book challenges the axiomatic paradigms forced on us by society; truths we internally struggle to reconcile owing to blatant contradiction with what we empirically see and experience. Anarchism as a viable option is not widely publicized even although it's tenets are what makes this inefficient set up work today. I highly recommend this book , only if you are a truth seeker and love a challenge.
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