E30: Personal Responsibility

//E30: Personal Responsibility

E30: Personal Responsibility

Personal responsibility is the cornerstone of our Survival CHI philosophy.¬†Hosts Aaron and Jonathan discuss a topic that gets them hot under the collar – Personal Responsibility. It’s something that as a society we have lost sight of, yet it is paramount to a functioning modern civil society.

But, what does personal responsibly really mean? Who’s fault is it the that we have gotten so far way from this most basic of values? These topics and more.

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  • What does personal responsibility mean
  • Riots and Looting
  • Get off your couch and do something.
  • Debt crisis and credit rating snow job.
  • Removing the “safety net” to promote prosperity.
  • What personal responsibility means to survival.
  • Revolutions is not the answer.


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  2. Crawford September 17, 2012 at 11:10 am - Reply

    Great episode so far (in the middle of listening to it). While I know this was posted more than a year ago, thought I could put in my 2 cent observation. As someone living in DC and in one of the neighborhoods that burned in 1968 after the MLK assassination its common that these riots happen where the rioters live. One thing that happened during the DC riots were that the initial targets of the rioters were the neighborhood stores owned by people that did not live in the neighborhood. These stores were the most visible (and accessible) symbols of the injustice and oppression. So even if they had been there for 20 years and done a ton of work for the community (and maybe the owners did live in the neighborhood) the perception was that these were the local vanguard of the injustice. In light of the recent riots in the Middle East, it would be interesting to do an analysis/paper on how (and what %) protests start as non-violent and legitimate and how morph/get co-oped into violence and riots.

    /end rambling thought

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