The first link seems to be dead by now, the second one moved. Here are the most recent (archived) versions that I could find:
If I understand it correctly, then the study you mention is scheduled to ... (read more)
I don't think most people outside left-anarchism would equate "state" with the existence of any unjust hierarchies. Indeed, defining a state in that way seems to be begging the question with regard to anarchy's desirability and feasibility.
I don't see where anonea2021 has made that claim. Did you mean to write "property" instead of "state" in this paragraph? (genuine question)Either way, I'm having trouble following what you want to say with this paragraph.What anonea2021 states:
From the perspective of every other lineage of anarchists, private prope
Very true. One of the things that makes good delegation hard is its increasing potential for corruption.While I don't worry much about corruption inside EA for now, this seems to be a significant problem for society at large? I wonder if there are culture-independent patterns for what low-corruption societies look like 🤔If I try to inquire myself for why I donate directly to GiveDirectly instead of donating to an EA Fund, something that comes up is a desire for "control" and "defensibility". In an imaginary conversation, I can justify why I give large sum... (read more)