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A contractual mechanism designed to protect property that is subject to known hazards under unknown circumstances

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The mechanism, the means, of achieving justice

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A condition where crime is universal, or at least so prevalent that there is no recourse

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The act of choosing.

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Logical thought processes.

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Universal Fallacy

The universal fallacy is that a non-proprietary administration of property is more efficient, more just, and, in general, better for the individual people of the world than a proprietary administration of property.

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Truth is that which is observationally known to be corroborable and is common to all observers.

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A turning around or change in attitude about the means for protecting life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

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True Democracy

True Democracy is the free, unhampered market economy.

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Traffic Jam

Alvin Lowi said that a traffic jam is a collision between free enterprise and socialism. Free enterprise produces the automobiles faster than socialism can build roads and road capacity. Alvin Lowi was a colleague of Andrew Galambos in the early … More

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A corroborated hypothesis.

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A state is any person or organization that claims to protect property by coercing the owner of the property to use and pay for its “services,” claiming “legality” as its justification.

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Scientific Method

The Scientific Method is the full, total substitute and alternative for coercion and, when properly understood and applied, will make it completely unnecessary to have violent, destructive, and socially harmful practices. The Scientific Method consists of: 1. Observation (for gathering … More

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Organized knowledge; a search for absolutes in a world of relative observation.

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Right (in volition)

Something that is both rational and moral.

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Right (in physics)

Something that is both true and valid.

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Rational (in volition)

Something that is both true and valid.

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A change which increases an individual’s overall happiness and betters his or her overall condition.

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Profit is any increase in happiness acquired by moral means.

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Control over action.

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Postulate of Volitional Science, Second

All concepts of happiness pursued through moral action are equally valid.

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Postulate of Volitional Science, First

All volitional beings live to pursue happiness. First Corollary: Morally acting volitional beings seek to profit; immorally acting volitional beings seek to plunder. Second Corollary: All volitional beings live to acquire property.

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A postulate is a proposition with a truth content which you did not derive from any earlier set of propositions by logical reasoning, but whose validity you accept as an input into the subject that you are developing. A successful … More

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Politics and ideology are two entirely different things; one involves coercion and the other involves ideas. While this is not a definition, it is an important distinction.

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Any increase in happiness acquired by immoral means, that is, by the employment of coercion.

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The total, permanent and moral control of property until voluntarily transferred by the owner, where possible. Note: ownership of primary property can not be transferred from its creator.

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Occam’s Razor

Named for William of Occam (1285-1349) “Essentials must not be multiplied beyond necessity.” Galambos said that translated into modern terminology and applied to physical science, it means: if you have two or  more hypotheses which are competing with one another, … More

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Observation is the ability to get inputs through our five senses.

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Natural Republic

A contractual society where coercion is inapplicable, and the whole social structure is open to the general use of all on a proprietary, contractual basis.

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Absence of coercion.

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Ownership of your actions.

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True liberalism is Capitalism.

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Law of Logarithmic Stimulation

More recent experiences will weigh disproportionately on your mind.

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The interaction between the observer and the observed.

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(a) The elimination of injustice, that is the elimination of crime, the elimination of interference with property to which there is no recourse (b) The natural, rational and moral consequence any act, for example loss of reputation of a person … More

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A person who arrives at conclusions completely by the use of the Scientific Method.

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Injustice is a crime to which no recourse exists, that is a crime for which there has been no  restitution of property

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That which would violate a law of nature.

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Importance, absolute

The measure of the total amount of property affected.

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An organized connection of various facts which are derived from observation and which provide an attempt at an explanation. A hypothesis is not necessarily a correct explanation; it’s just an attempt at an explanation.

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