You see, there simply are no rugged individuals. Not a damned single person who has pulled themselves up by the bootstraps.

A turning point for me was John Dewey’s pragmatism, an argument that either/or thinking fails humans. In short, Dewey argued that it is a false choice between individualism and collectivism—that they are symbiotic, not antithetical.

My freedom is inevitably bound to everyone else’s freedom—and this is the great moral truth denied by the lazy Libertarian lie.

Source: The Lazy Libertarian Lie: Paul Ryan Edition | radical eyes for equity

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