A compilation of links to all the content associated with Equality Month 2016.

Grant Babcock
Philosophy & Policy Editor

Grant Babcock is the Philosophy and Policy Editor of Lib​er​tar​i​an​ism​.org and a scholar of political philosophy. He is especially interested in nonviolent action, epistemology of the social sciences, social contract theories and criticisms thereof, and finding libertarian‐​compatible responses to cultural problems.

Equality, as the title of this post suggests, is a fraught concept. What forms of equality are morally significant? Why? Almost everyone, from totalitarian communists to anarchocapitalists, thinks some form of equality is important, but it seems like no one can agree on the details. In October, Lib​er​tar​i​an​ism​.org will be publishing a collection of works connected to the theme of equality. Not all of our content this month will necessarily be tied into the theme, but much of it will be–including an exciting new video series that’s unlike anything Lib​er​tar​i​an​ism​.org has done before. We hope that by the end of the month, readers will have a deeper understanding of equality as a concept, and how libertarians think about equality in all its forms.

This post will be updated with links to all of the content related to Equality Month 2016.

Freedom on Trial , a courtroom drama from Lib​er​tar​i​an​ism​.org and Emergent Order

Equality: Prefaces by R. H. Tawney
Equality: The Religion of Inequality by R. H. Tawney
Equality: The Meaning of Class by R. H. Tawney
Equality: Liberty and Equality by R. H. Tawney

Liberalism, Equality, and the Modern Corporation by David S. D’Amato
Occupational Licensing and Inequality by David S. D’Amato

How Egalitarianism Comes from Conflict (And Why It Matters) by Pamela J. Hobart