networks and independence


The Migration Period put out some very interesting post about independence and networks

all very fine, except he forgot the graph (letter c below):

i dunno where he’s got that “ordered network” graph, but this is what independence means: every node is sovereign, clusters form through this, but there’s always exit. the common government-addicted Left may be fine with the tribalism of an “ordered network”, but I can’t think of a more conservative, “ancient freedom”-like conception of independence. the LRx position is that equality is only possible if dynamic, and that only happens in distributed networks. exit is the highest guarantee of voice.


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