I’ve just finished reading Science Fiction: a Vision of Liberty in Spring 1997 Prometheus.’s beautiful essay
Compliments at first to the author. About the libertarian utopia: perhaps Oyvind is a bit confused about libertarianism and anyone’s life philosophy.
Of course, libertarianism is a good tool, a great philosophy to make ourselves in touch with the external world, but not being a totalitarian doesn’t imply thinking of a “totality”.
A libertarian...no, a self-governor of course isn’t necessary a utopian (thoughhad spoken about libertarianism like the utopia that classical liberalism needs). For example, has demonstrated an anarcho-capitalist society can exist, but I think any libertarian can think his “totality,” his utopia.
I think it isn’t a bad thing: to have a personal utopia is like a dream.
Don’t stop dreaming!
Never. Neither to sleep with Dagny Taggart, or Dominique Francon... -:)
Mandello del Lario, 8/8/98
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