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Ep26: Dual Path

Dual Path

Universal Principles On The Dual Path A violent encounter caught on film against a female police officer getting a gun stuck in her face reveals deep lessons for warrior-scholars on the dual path of intellectual and martial arts, looking to secure liberty.   Have you seen the recently released video footage, out of Lakemoor, Illinois, where […]

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Ep23: Defend What?

Defend What?

Resourcing To Defend  How do We The People defend a free society or what the Constitution calls providing for the security of a free state? While slogans can be somewhat helpful as a rallying cry, creating a vision of a more secure and prosperous world requires more than mere mantras. It requires knowing what, exactly, […]

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Ep21: Real Progress

Real Progress

Of progress and its opposites Real progress comes through deliberate human action working with natural resources to produce life-enhancing goods. This requires a legal environment that protects private property, repels invasions, and values individual initiative. Samurai leader Hojo Tokimune defended Japan from the Mongol horde yet died tragically from tuberculosis. Okita Souji of the Shinsengumi […]

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Ep17: Virtue Of The Sword

Virtue Of The Sword

Cultivating Virtue: Studying samurai combat systems, focused on edged weapon engagements, cultivates civic virtue, necessary to live a dignified life, & promote a free society. While not everyone can or need be a full-time warrior, all men have a biological duty and obligation to protect civil order through readiness, awareness, and deliberate action. Get our training […]

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Ep14: Myth, Reason, and Law

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Myth For Good or Ill The use of myth can entertain or inspire a heroic journey, yet it is no way to make policy for a free society.  Only reason and fundamental truths can reveal the path to justice. Explore the link from Mars, Thor, Hachiman, and the American Revolution.  Learn the only two valid […]

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Ep12: The Nature Of Conflict

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Conflict as praxeology How can we know the causes and cures of human conflict? Understanding conflict as a subset of praxeology, or the science of human action, leads to clarity unfound in other explanations, most notably, interspecies dominance. Analytical tools from Austrian political-economy are useful to examine the case of Taira Masakado’s 939 rebellion against Japan’s […]

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Ep08: Engagements

There is no offense or defense, there are only engagements. Unifying philosophy, skills, and resources in pursuit of policy goals requires an integral approach. Learn how in this talk on the martial art of liberty & dignity. Learn how the components of awareness, readiness, and position empower you to efficiently transcend conflict with full engagement. […]

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