- So what’s a sobornost? Well without going into the history of it, it’s a organic collective of individuals working towards a common good. Back in the day this word was mostly related to the Catholic Church and is derived from it.
So what does this have to do with libertarianism and reaching a goal for some type of sovereignty and/or some type of imperium once every falls apart? Well organic unity of course. Now this idea wouldn’t work with the average libertarian, the average libertarian advocates for degeneracy and like I said in my other article, degeneracy indirectly violates the NAP. Violation of the NAP is a direct attack on property rights and individual rights. Now this would only work with paleolibertarians, libertarians that promote social traditionalism and conservativism. Values like that are collective but only to a certain extent, essentially a organic collective yet without any organization.
The idea that we all individuals is fine but there need to be a fine line to how individualized we can be in the modern age. Essentially there’s chaos everywhere and it’s all normalized. People walk around everyday without any principles or morals. These people may not be bad people but they still are a product of this post modern nihilism and are a reason for all this chaos. As moral entities we have a duty to provide some type of order if we can or at least promote it. Organization is definitely needed in these time and we must promote the Sobornost and not individualism.