• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Introduction by Luis Figueroa
  • 00:21    |    
    What is the difference of private communities from other type of communities?
  • 01:42    |    
    Is Jean-Jacques Rousseau's social contract actually a contract?
  • 02:08    |    
    Do these communities require homogeneity?
  • 02:37    |    
    What are the downsides of private communities?
  • 03:17    |    
    What are the usual objections you receive when you present this idea?
  • 04:18    |    
    Final words
  • 04:24    |    
    Final credits


Differences between Private and Public Communities

Private communities have existed for a long time. They have continually proved their success by allowing their inhabitants to expressly agree to the way they choose to cohabitate with other people. Fred E. Foldvary explains this idea and points out the biggest benefits this social organization has in regards to freedom and the respect of the individual choice.  He comments on the possible downsides they may have, but expresses his positive opinion towards the proliferation of these types of neighborhoods anywhere possible.



 

 

 

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