Tagged NAP


Libertarianism and the starving child

“What should we do about the kids?” It’s not just a question parents discuss when they need a babysitter, it’s also a question asked of libertarianism.  Since libertarianism often deals with transactions and associations, i.e. activities requiring consent, it’s usually fairly straightforward when the subjects are adults.  But what happens when children are the subjects? …


The minarchist confusion about securing property rights

I recently had a discussion on Twitter with several minarchists/limited-government Constitutionalists (for the sake of this discussion, I will group both of these groups into the term “minarchist”) about whether the free market could handle police protection services better than the state could. Throughout the conversation, I noticed several contradictions in their arguments, some as…

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