The Portico

The Portico category is introductory in nature and gives a basic overview of principles, terminology, building blocks, and more.

Etienne de la Boétie

In this episode of Flashes of Liberty, we look at Etienne de la Boétie La Boétie provides one of the earliest and clearest explanations of why the suffering majority obeys the minority who rule over them; it is an example of voluntary servitude. Here is an abridged...

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What is The Authority Fallacy?

Irrelevant Authority Fallacy "Definition: Attempting to support a claim by appealing to the judgment of one who is not an authority in the field, the judgment of an unidentified authority, or the judgment of an authority who is likely to be...

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What is Praxeology?

Praxeology comes from the Greek; it means the study of deed, or action. It's actually a broad discipline where human action is understood deductively. This leads to conclusions that are a priori, or self-evident. Today, praxeology is most often associated with...

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