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Dialogues, Critiques and Commentaries
Concerning other Viewpoints

Dialogues and Critiques
of the Fundamental
Viewpoints of Others
Aids Adequate and Correct Understanding

We, Paul and Kitty Antonik Wakfer, have seen in our interactions with many others who are self-acknowleged proponents of a free society, that the thoughts and ideas which they express are often without adequate or even correct understanding of the principles that must underly any stable ordered, maximally free, minimally restrictive society. The examples in this section of such lack of basic understanding of the foundations of liberty are taken from the modern writings of other thinkers, and from email and Internet Group exchanges that we have had with a number of proponents of liberty at various levels. They are offered, not to ridicule or criticize the individuals involved, but rather to show where their expressed ideas are faulty and to offer our constructive approach to solidly found and strengthen those ideas. Our purpose for these dialogues is to help readers learn essential principles and analysis techniques as well as to enable the recipients of the critical remarks to gain new insights from them.

Comments, Questions
and Suggestions

We welcome all constructive comments regarding the examples above at the Yahoo group MoreLife; readers are welcome to post there also descriptions of similar encounters they have experienced, especially including their own responses. Paul and Kitty will make comments on such submitted posts related, to techniques of analysis and principled argumentation. Understanding concepts requires the ability to explain them to others so that they too understand. Whether or not the reader chooses to agree on the correctness of our ideas expressed in the dialogues of this section is up to hir, but that choice may reveal much about hir willingness to abandon the old and inadequate yet comfortable, for the new and correct yet often radically different.