Psychology of Freedom

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Thu, 18 Sep 1997 11:03:17 -0700

At 11:32 PM 9/16/97 +0100, Chris R. Tame <> wrote:
>It is unfortunate that so many libertarians are fixated on economics and
>political philsophy. The need for a radically libertarian psychology and
>social psychology - and its application in methods of social change - is
>urgent. (Fredrick Mann made an interesting start in some of his writings
>of the 1970s).
The early writings have been expanded and
improved. They've also been tested in practice
to some extent. See

On Monday, 9/22/97, I'll be launching a debate
on this list on NSPIC = Neuro-Semantic Political
Illusion Complex. The debate will intersect the
domain of Freedom Psychology.

I suggest as a starting point for a "radically
libertarian psychology" the *experience* or
*discovery* that you are naturally free. This
discovery/experience is, I think, psychological,
emotional, and intellectual in nature.

In 'The Discovery of Freedom,' Rose Wilder Lane
says that very few people have discovered they
are free. My experience leads me to concur.
Maybe, during the upcoming debate we'll make
some progress in identifying the factors that
prevent individuals from discovering they are
free by nature. I sure hope so!

Frederick Mann
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