Social Positivist is a mission to eliminate the social costs of liberalism by means of a Positivist Reformation using Positive Exchanges to create a 3rd Generation Civilization. Ownership requires authorship. 3rd Generation Civilizations are privately owned by the creators of the equity that compose a nation.
Who We Are
Social Positivist is an association of the civil.
What We Do
Social Positivist promotes the rights of private property owner’s to the equity they create: we own what we create and have no claim on equity created by others.
How We Do It
Social Positivist promotes privatization and private ownership to fashion a 3rd Generation Civilization that systematically eliminates the public rights claims of the liberal state.
Every problem is a cost that someone created but did not pay. This is socialism. Socialism is poor accounting. Social costs creates threats of loss and risk for society and future generations. The creation of costs others must pay is socialism. Socialism is a manifestation of Babylon. Babylon falsifies costs and infringes on ownership rights using the doctrine of might makes right.
Positivism is the philosophy behind civics or the metadata that governs civics as a field of enquiry. This information is important to know because it explains the assumptions that govern civics and in a more general sense, Logical Positivist as an organization or movement.
Positivism is “a philosophical system that holds that every rationally justifiable assertion can be scientifically verified or is capable of logical or mathematical proof”, for the experts this means Positivism rejects metaphysics and theism. The conventional position is absurd because it is founded on a confused and unprovable assumption that nature is physical.
Positivism is not solipsism. Logic is not sophistry. Logic is no more amenable to random influences of thought, than an objective independent reality would be, if it existed.
Logic demands clear definitions. We think using concepts. Our reality is only as detailed as our conceptualization of it. If we cannot define the words we use or if we define them in a circular way our understanding of what we are talking about will be limited by the least understood term. Positivist thinking is the study of words and concepts to develop the most detailed and complete definition. Logic means we faithfully follow the implications that follow from a proposition.
Truth is inherent in our communication. If it can be communicated it is true. Lies are defined by their unintelligibility.
If we assume reality is implacably physical, the concept of god will be corrupted by the assumption. We cannot embrace the idea of a reality composed of matter, energy, space, and time and conceive of conceptual absolutes. Our idea of truth will therefore be contingent and synthetic and limited to what can be empirically verified. This invalidates the idea that truth can be found in ideas.
There is then, two models of reality derived from two very different, even contradictory perspectives about what reality means. Is reality external to our understanding or is it our understanding?
Either we believe truth is absolute and knowable or we think truth is alienated from us. This latter position leaves us with nothing but our emotions; there being no truth available to us beyond our physiological state.
Liberalism is about slavery based on duty though wrapped up in the package of freedom. Liberalism easily morphs into mob violence, anarchy, fascism, and chaos because it is about duty. The call to do one’s duty is why liberals respond favorably to mob violence and social justice warriors. If one is not doing their duty it is the duty of liberals to bring the rebel into compliance.
Duty is expressed by; might makes right and ends justify the means.
Liberal institutions contain power disparities, social inequalities, and administrative hierarchies as adjutants to the implementation and exercise of duty. If there are disparities of income or social standing produced by something other than authorship of equity, it is because of the exercise of duty.
The only way liberals can achieve their ends is by expropriating wealth from the authors of equity. This explains why liberal policy and programs are always divisive. Duty is funded by expropriating the labor of authors. The left is angered when the right erects barriers to their expropriations because it hinders them from doing their duty.
Every division in society and every conflict exists because of someone trying to do their duty. Costs created by one agent is externalized onto those who did not create it. If you wish to understand the history of conflict look at who produce wealth and who take it.
Creating costs society and future generations must pay, is not ethical or rational because it does not produce value. Creating costs others must pay is the definition of evil.
Sin imposes duties on the self. Sin enslaves the flesh. Evil imposes duties on others. With duties comes costs and with costs enslavement.
Equality is not cookie cutter duplication. Equality is not about creating modular units. To try and erase individuality in a monastic submission to a particular vision is to miss the point of equality.
Equal rights are not about duties or works. We are not required to end up as carbon copies of one another. This is the equality of slaves.
We have equal rights. Rights are the inalienable attribute of a citizen. Only citizens are eligible for equal rights and these rights must pertain to the status of citizen.
We are equal beings only as citizens. Citizens are equal owners of what we create.
Citizens respect the rights of the creator to what he or she creates. Citizens are accountable for the costs we create. Citizens are equal in our right to what we create. So long as no one can deprive us of what we ourselves created we have no claim on what others create. Anything other than this is inequality and injustice based on a fictitious imposition of duty. To be free of duty is what freedom is all about.
Capitalism has resulted in concentrations of wealth never before seen and democracy has systematically removed from the very people it is supposed to empower, the ability to resist the systematic theft that permits this concentration of power to exist. This is not a call to implement socialism or communism, its a discussion on the evils of capitalism and democracy and a suggestion that it is time to learn about and build the merit-driven mission Jesus told us to be