Curtis Yarvin Quote

The fact that governments are useful to the inhabitants of their territory is a purely secondary and emergent property. They need to be useful, because a government that does not provide at least basic security will not find itself with any rents to collect.


"Democracy as an adaptive fiction" (July 30, 2007).

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The fact that governments are useful to the inhabitants of their territory is a purely secondary and emergent property. They need to be useful,...

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The fact that governments are useful to the inhabitants of their territory is a purely secondary and emergent property. They need to be useful,...

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The fact that governments are useful to the inhabitants of their territory is a purely secondary and emergent property. They need to be useful,...

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The fact that governments are useful to the inhabitants of their territory is a purely secondary and emergent property. They need to be useful,...