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Thursday, April 9, 2020

Independence & Interdependence

A political community is a kind of dialectic between independence (the capacity to determine one’s own course) and interdependence (the voluntary or coercive union of the people)—this implies that a political movement that intends to organize a good political community must operate by developing a golden mean between independence, which seeks to throw people apart, and interdependence, which seeks to herd them together.

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