Welcome

Our current way of reasoning has led us to our world we live in today: overpopulation (with all its consequences) and large-scale economic, commercial and industrial activities not only destroy our environment but our humanity too. If Man wishes to save and improve itself we must change the way we reason and interact with our environment.

Through this website I publish my thoughts about how we could contribute to this process by further improving ourselves individually and collectively as a civilization.

What is world liberation?

The world is the earth together with all of its peoples, countries and natural features.
Liberation is the act of setting someone free from imprisonment, slavery, or oppression.

The world liberation is about liberating the whole of Nature - humanity included - from the shortcomings of our reasoning and behavior so that we can create a world where humanity can fulfill its role as the practitioner of true virtue.

I believe that the key to this liberation from our current condition lies in the fact that there is a way of reasoning out there that we still have to grasp and learn and then try to apply in everything we do. I'm trying to interpret what that way of reasoning could be by listening what Nature and logic is trying to tell us from ourselves and our environment.

I have no intentions in creating an artificial moral reference frame that fits my convenience. Of course, I could misinterpret natural logic and the true state of our perceptions - and therefore misapply it - but I hope that further refinement of this work will allow it to be used as a foundation for creating a worthy and humane civilization.

The evolution towards this more humane world happens through a gradual reorganization of humanity and through the implementation of a new universal moral reference frame. This transformation process and new reference frame are explained in detail in the manifesto and essays you can find below.

On Human Improvement

The World Liberation manifesto is a collection of thoughts about how to further improve humanity. It consists of five parts and starts out by building the foundations of the universal reference frame that is so crucial for making improvement possible. The foundation of this moral framework is based on a common purpose for humanity and a life philosophy that combines the respect for both the natural law and the integrity of the human condition.

This theoretical framework is then applied onto the moral character of individuals and the organization of human society. The classic virtues and vices of ancient philosophy are all clarified through the universal reference frame and the foundations are build for a small scale organization of society and its supporting economy.

The principles of this applied reference frame are then used to identify the causes for the current condition of humanity (which I call the 'Primitive State'). Once these shortcomings and flaws have been identified, we can make the blueprint of the society that we wish to achieve (the 'Permanent State'). Finally, having an idea of the current condition and the desired one, the required elements for the evolutionary process (the 'Intermediate Stage') are molded into a set of practical guidelines.

Because of the extent of this project it is a work that is in continuous progress, I add and remove content periodically and as long as it does not represent my true philosophy. You can download the latest version of the manifesto here (PDF). Below is an introductory text and a short summary of each part:

Introduction

Part I: The Universal Reference Frame

Part II: Applied Ethics

Part III: On the Primitive State

Part IV: On the Permanent State

Part V: On the Intermediate Stage

Essays

While the manifesto is a structured work covering every aspect of the world liberation philosophy the following essays are stand alone texts that treat specific themes into more detail. They can be considered as additional literature supporting the main theories developed in the manifesto. The list also contains reviews of books that I would recommend.

The End of Human Diversity

The Fates of Nations (book review)

The Ishmael Philosophy

The Mantle of Responsibility

Dialogues

The Measure of a Civilization

Becoming a Rebel

Contact

If you have questions, comments, opinions, criticism (constructive criticism!) or feedback regarding anything about The World Liberation website or its content please contact me with the following e-mail address:

contact@worldliberation.eu