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  • Libertarianism, Theology, and Religion

    Personally, I'm not a libertarian in the non-aggression sense (in principle my views could vary from "laissez-faire statism" [a more essential definition of ancap IMO] to totalitarianism depending on the exigencies of history), but I'm a Catholic and I would say that I believe that...
    Posted to General (Forum) by fakename on Tue, Dec 6 2011
  • A Socio-biological perspective on politics and classical libertarian thought.

    Hey everyone, so this is my first post. i've written my ideas in essay form because other people are likely to read it and i don't like changing the introduction around. hope you enjoy and try at answering my questions. although i think the likely hood is that you will disagree with at least...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by Cyther Lynx on Fri, Oct 8 2010
  • Proving that moral facts exist.

    Can anyone here prove that moral facts exist? If so, please do.
    Posted to General (Forum) by Riaz on Fri, Mar 26 2010
  • Morality of accepting government handouts

    I've re-read Walter Block's paper on libertarian punishment theory and I believe he gave a talk which I don't recall what it was called but it's somewhere in the archive, so I am basing my question around the discussion there. Block's approach to the sort of ethics of liberty - specifically...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by champthom on Tue, Feb 2 2010
  • Re: The strange appeal of socialism. Why?

    [quote user="liberty student"] [quote user="William Green"]The rational part can overcome the animal, but it doesn't often do so.[/quote] All human action is rational . [quote user="William Green"]It seems clear that most of humanity is typically governed by the "animal"...
    Posted to General (Forum) by William Green on Thu, Nov 12 2009
  • The strange appeal of socialism. Why?

    If you have read Lew Rockwell's article today , you may be discouraged as I am. It raises a question I have been wrestiling with. I will try to put it into words: If freedom is the path to greater human fulfillment (and I believe it is), and if people naturally seek higher satisfaction (fulfillment...
    Posted to General (Forum) by William Green on Thu, Nov 12 2009
  • Re: Heya! More Gordon

    [quote user="Laughing Man"] Por Que? [/quote] i think his view of happiness as the ultimate goal is not indicated by praxeology, all praxeology indicates is that within the framework of a particular given actor one aims at satisfaction. but such satisfaction is ontologically or materially distinct...
    Posted to Newbies (Forum) by Alice on Tue, Aug 18 2009
  • Catholicism and Organ Trade

    I know there are a number of Catholics, at Mises and in other places, that draw on the Scholastic Tradition to provide an ethical grounding for free market principles in Catholic teaching. Now Benedict XVI has recently come out against a free market in organs : As I said in my first encyclical, the body...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Lukas on Wed, Nov 12 2008
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