graeber model law

never convince just do it graeber

graeber model law (graeber revolution law): ‘you’ll never ever be able to convince a person thru logical argument or even brilliant rhetoric that a free and just society is possible..  you can show them.. you can start doing it‘ – David Graeber

but too.. we need everyone in sync for the dance to dance.. that’s why we haven’t yet seen acting as if already free ness work/dance

we need to create a way to ground the chaos of 8b legit free people  ie: a nother way

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2012 – radical economy – David and Charles Eisenstein and Daniel Pinchbeck

1:19 – D: you’ll never ever be able to convince a person through logical argument or even brilliant rhetoric that a free and just society is possible. you can show them. you can start doing it. all of a sudden, when people’s horizons change.. conversations will change.



graeber rethink law


on model\ing a nother way

David Graeber [same – graeber revolution law]


been working on a way to model – for 7 bill plus people – a way to leapfrog to betterness. [be\cause equity matters. and like learning to walk/talk – equitable way is via modeling. and leapfrogging be\cause sync matters.]

take place fast model paul mason

from Kevin Carson:

..there’s not much appeal attacking the system to people embedded in it who see it as inevitable and don’t see any credible/viable alternatives. .. they need to see something else modeled.. and the models need to be in place, creating a visible demonstration effect, for rapid adoption when the system’s crises force people to change.


Lamont Lilly (@LamontLilly) tweeted at 9:49 AM – 23 Feb 2018 :

“Nobody in the world, nobody in history, has ever gotten their freedom by appealing to the moral sense of the people who were oppressing them.” ~Assata Shakur (


Philosophy Muse (@PhilosophyMusee) tweeted at 12:15 AM – 25 Apr 2018 :

Children have never been very good at listening to their elders, but they always attempt to imitate them. James Baldwin (


measuring things et al

for (blank)’s sake

thunberg deeper problem law