The Myth of Minarchy

Is it possible to have a minimal state that truly conforms to principles of libertarianism such as self-ownership, non-aggression, and private property? Minarchy is a minimal state. Anarchy is no…

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The Myth of Voluntary Socialism

Are sharing and worker-owned businesses examples of voluntary socialism? I argue that if you have a right to decide whether to share or keep your things, it is capitalism. Likewise,…

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The Non-Aggression Principle

Non-aggression is always preferable to aggression… Many libertarians are familiar with the non-aggression principle (NAP), though not all really understand what it means. In this context, aggression means any trespass…

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Against ALL Borders?

Are libertarians against all borders and all nations? I stumbled upon an article from the “Center for a Stateless Society” (a self-described “Left Market Anarchist Think Tank & Media Center”)…

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Self-ownership

What is self-ownership and how is it justified? The principle of self-ownership is the fundamental principle of libertarianism. Without self-ownership, there is no private property justification. Without private property justification,…

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Why Discrimination is Okay

In this article, I intend to explain why discrimination is okay from a legal standpoint and even from a moral standpoint in certain cases. Ultimately, everyone discriminates on a regular…

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