Norms and the NAP


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Obviously the dialectical critical realism in this monograph may be seen under the aspect of Rothbardian-style strategic reversal of the unholy trinity of Aristotelean/Neitzschean/Randian provenance; of the Cartesian-Lockean-Humean-Kantian paradigm, of foundationalism (in practice, Platonic foundationalism) and irrationalism (in practice, capricious exercises of will-to-power or some other ideologically and/or psychosomatically buried source) new and old alike; of the primordial failing of pseudo-Objectivist philosophy, vulgar libertarian ontological monovalence, and its close ally, the epistemic fallacy within its ontic dual; Clearly s/he’s not read and/or internalized the libertarian canon and its complementary social science analog Austro-Agorian econometric (but non-parametric) statistical analysis.
But I do give Borer an “A” for effort though.