An Introduction to Libertarianism.org.
George H. Smith
George H. Smith was formerly Senior Research Fellow for the Institute for Humane Studies, a lecturer on American History for Cato Summer Seminars, and Executive Editor of Knowledge Products. Smith's fourth and most recent book, The System of Liberty, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2013.
Palmer pays tribute to Roy Childs.
Smith pays tribute to Roy Childs.
Smith explores Humboldt’s defense of individuality, written in 1792.
Defending freedom requires an interdisciplinary approach, so in this column George H. Smith turns to the “human sciences”—and also to a definition of science itself.
Smith presents an overview of the philosophy of the human sciences.
Smith discusses the distinction between freedom and coercion, and explains some of its implications for the human sciences.
Smith examines the common claim that the mere threat of physical force does not qualify as a type of coercion.
Smith discusses some preliminary issues involved in the classic libertarian distinction between the spheres of “state” and “society.”