In this episode of Freedom Lovin, Kevin reads a summary of the book “The Network State” and gives his critique about certain points of it. The network state is a notion that is introduced in this book; it is a country that you may establish from your computer, one that hires like a startup, one that was created from the internet rather than being harmed by it. This will answer some of the questions like how does the network state work socially, technically, logically, legally, physically, financially? How could such a thing even be viable? To know more about this, tune in to this episode!

Topics discussed:

  • What is the fundamental concept behind the network state?

  • What is the individual sovereign?

  • What is a sovereign collective?

  • The more we can separate and have smaller nations would be better than bigger nations

And more!


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Living free in an unfree world. Live the life of permanent travel, and declare as much freedom as you can, despite the crazy world we live in. Kevin explores the world and how to achieve and maximize freedom in life.

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