26 August 2011
Often the places one’s mind travels while in a certain place are more important than the place itself. What follows are some stray hints at the deliberate researches, happenstance investigations & random (mental) walks I’ve been taking while at Denniston Hill. (There have been random physical walks as well. Those are fun, too.) All of it circles around an unexpected intersection where art, capitalism, community and anarchy make contact.
Posted by Alec Hanley Bemis
Tags: Anarcho-Capitalism, Crass, Denniston Hill, Gandhi, Henry David Thoreau, Jeff Koons, Milton Friedman, Murray Rothbard, Patri Friedman, Paul Chan, Peter Thiel, Ray Dalio, Ron Paul, Ronald Reagan, Sarah Hromack, The New Yorker