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freeblr caters to people with philosophical and political leanings in the direction of liberty however is open to anyone who wishes to challenge their preconceptions. That said, liberty–minded individuals will benefit the most as they will struggle less with some of the ideas contained in freeblr.

One way you could determine whether freeblr is worth your time is by getting spekd by spekr, the political spectrum quiz which was developed as a companion tool for freeblr. After taking the quiz you will receive both a cultural and economic score, and using that score you can use the following guide to check whether freeblr will benefit you:

Cultural

Economic

Benefit

Between 0 and -100

Between 0 and 100

You will benefit the most from freeblr as you will easily progress through the content and are less likely to have conflicts with most of the ideas contained within. Overall your experience will be somewhat challenging and the most personally rewarding.

The likelihood of reaching the end of the course as well as the probability of changing your mind about the value of political and personal liberty is high.

Between 0 and 100

Between 0 and 100

You will find that freeblr is somewhat beneficial as you will progress easily through content related to economics, however you will struggle with content related to culture. Overall your experience will be moderately challenging and somewhat personally rewarding.

The likelihood of reaching the end of the course as well as the probability of changing your mind about the value of political and personal liberty is average.

Between 0 and -100

Between 0 and -100

You will find that freeblr is somewhat beneficial as you will progress easily through content related to culture, however you will struggle with content related to economics. Overall your experience will be moderately challenging and somewhat personally rewarding.

The likelihood of reaching the end of the course as well as the probability of changing your mind about the value of political and personal liberty is average.

Between 0 and 100

Between 0 and -100

You will benefit the least from freeblr as you will find progress difficult and you are more likely to have conflicts with most of the ideas contained within. Overall your experience will be extremely challenging and the least personally rewarding.

The likelihood of reaching the end of the course as well as the probability of changing your mind about the value of political and personal liberty is low.

It is worth noting that the more beneficial freeblr is to an individual personally, there is an inverse beneficial effect on society as a whole. Society benefits when individuals recognise the importance of personal and political liberty and suffers when they do not. As such, for individuals for whom freedom has little value to take it upon themselves to progress through freeblr and reach the end with a greater appreciation of freedom, there would be an increased benefit to society.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You can make use of the following to discover answers to frequently asked questions. To help you find what you are looking for everything has been divided into sections covering different subjects.

General

What is freeblr?

Is freeblr worth my time?

How do I use freeblr?

What is spekr?

Why this spek?

Politics

What is democratic socialism?

What is international socialism?

What is authoritarian socialism?

What is social democracy?

What is libertarian socialism?

What is national socialism?

What is progressivism?

What is centrism?

What is liberalism?

What is authoritarian capitalism?

What is conservatism?

What is libertarian capitalism?

What is fascism?

What is neo–conservatism?

What is neo–liberalism?

What is minarchism?

Economics

What is capitalism?

What is communism?

What is Marxism?

What is corporatism?

What is Georgism?

What is socialism?

What is syndicalism?

What is primitivism?

What is mutualism?

Anarchism

What Is Anarchism? What Beliefs Do Anarchists Share?

Why Should One Consider Anarchism In The First Place?

Don’t Anarchists Favour Chaos?

Don’t Anarchists Favour The Abolition Of The Family, Property, Religion, And Other Social Institutions Besides The State?

What Major Subdivisions May Be Made Among Anarchists?

Is Anarchism The Same Thing As Libertarianism?

Is Anarchism The Same Thing As Socialism?

Who Are The Major Anarchist Thinkers?

How Would Left-anarchy Work?

What Criticisms Have Been Made Of Anarchism?

What Other Anarchist Viewpoints Are There?

What Is Anarcho–Capitalism?

What Is Anarcho–Communism?

What Moral Justifications Have Been Offered For Anarchism?

What Are The Major Debates Between Anarchists? What Are The Recurring Arguments?

How Would Anarchists Handle The “Public Goods” Problem

Are Anarchists Pacifists?

Are Anarcho–Capitalists Anti–War?

Have There Been Any Historical Examples Of Anarchist Societies?

Isn’t Anarchism Utopian?

Don’t Anarchists Assume That All People Are Innately Virtuous?

Aren’t Anarchists Terrorists?

How Might An Anarchist Society Be Achieved?

Why Should One Consider Anarcho-Capitalism?

Do Anarcho-Capitalists Favour Chaos?

Is Anarcho-Capitalism Utopian?

What Justifications Are There For Anarcho-Capitalism?

Are There Different Types Of Anarcho-Capitalism?

How Do Anarcho-Capitalists Compare With Other Anarchists?

Is Anarcho-Capitalism The Same Thing As Libertarianism?

How Would Anarcho-Capitalism Work?

How Would Anarcho-Capitalists Handle The “Public Goods” Problem?

What Will A Stateless Society Look Like?

Have There Been Any Anarcho-Capitalist Societies?

Can Anarcho-Capitalism Work?

How Might An Anarcho-Capitalist Society Be Achieved?

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