Frank Van Dun asks whether social pressure can be coercive in this 1985 lecture.
Frank Van Dun is a Belgian law philosopher and natural law theorist. He is currently senior lecturer in the Philosophy of Law at the University of Ghent.
In this 1985 lecture given at the second world conference of the Libertarian International, Van Dun lectures on the ethical assumptions libertarianism makes. He specifically focuses on the differences between formal coercion and social pressure and what a libertarian society would look like.