Friedman furthers his argument on private property, drawing a moral distinction between uncreated and created property.
Friedman continues his debate with Matt Zwolinski over property rights.
Zwolinski continues his discussion with David Friedman, arguing that there are situations where the presumption of freedom can be overridden.
Powell looks at the “entitlement theory” of justice and the closing words of Anarchy, State and Utopia on how the minimal state can inspire us.
It is important to argue clearly, not loudly.
Libertarian philosophy is a “big tent” and we can learn much from philosophers we may disagree with.
Powell argues against paternalism, demonstrating that it is little more than a way to impose your values on others.
Does the non-aggression principle prohibit all pollution, including industry, driving, and flashlights?
Government’s authority depends on the application of violence, and we go wrong when we forget that.