In one of his very worst philosophical leaps, Locke treats chattel slavery in the Atlantic world as a mere extension of war.
Disproven claims of pornography’s harm don’t justify the exclusion of sexuality from public life.
Empire-building abroad is incompatible with domestic liberty.
After crushing Filmer’s absolutist patriarchy, Locke begins to build up his own set of justifications for the state.
We explore who Jim Cantrell is, when he became mesmerized by outer space, & how he hopes to transform the space economy.
A thought experiment showing just how dysfunctional and distorting our health insurance system is.
In pursuit of understanding what the state may legitimately do, Donisthorpe explains what modern states actually do.
Donisthorpe stakes his claim for democracy, both the general trend of history and the first step to a more individualistic world.
Education alone won’t dispel fear of artificial intelligence.
In the second half of her epic poem, Whipple allows even the most anti-Lincoln of observers insight into the Civil War as a libertarian moment.
In the first half of Whipple’s epic poem, the spirit of freedom (embodied in the form of an ageless eagle) watches over its chosen country.
Who can win in the new American economic order?
CRISPR technology promises to eradicate diseases and feed the starving, but should we be worried about possible ill consequences?
Charles Goodyear advises his countrymen to cast off the yoke of romantic destiny and instead “await coolly the progress of events.”
In his “Speech on the Oregon Question,” New York Representative Charles Goodyear stood for a small republic in the face of continental imperialism.
Concerning the fundamentalist author of Intellectual Schizophrenia, Rothbard writes, “The man seems almost incapable of ratiocination.”
But you might have to ‘taste’ the X-Rays.
Protecting internet data privacy without hindering innovation requires a dose of legislative humility & a strong trust in consumer intelligence.