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Paul Crider

Paul Crider is a semiconductor process engineer and has a PhD in Physical Chemistry from the University of California-Berkeley. He writes on topics from the case for open borders to ethics and libertarian political philosophy.

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Libertarian Social Justice

by Paul Crider September 2016

Crider argues that income inequality is “largely morally irrelevant,” so a better conception of social justice addresses oppression and equality of human dignity.

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The Capabilities Approach and Libertarianism

by Paul Crider June 2015

We want to describe a society not only where nobody’s rights are violated, but where everyone – even the least of those among us – is living well.