Posts Tagged ‘non-aggression principle’

Will a free society be able to put out fires? Yes, after it puts out the inferno of the state! (8:17):

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Kevin Carson on the density of conventional political discourse.

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We can only be kept in the cages we do not see. A brief history of human enslavement—up to and including your own. From Freedomain Radio, the largest and most popular philosophy conversation in the world (13:10):

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Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain Radio on the communicating values in terms of  ‘I am’, ‘It is’, ‘I believe’ and…. ‘I accept’ (10:24).

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The presentation of Prof. Chartier’s argument that ‘freed markets are anti-capitalist’ posted here.

Part One (9:22):

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An analysis of applying libertarian justice and mutualist living by Karl Hess from the newsletter he co-edited with Murray Rothbard. This article appeared in the same issue as Prof. Rothbard’s heavily-circulated “Confiscation and the Homestead Principle” [.pdf].

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C4SS Advisory Panel member Prof. Gary Chartier will be giving the following presentation to the Association of Private Enterprise Education at the Free Market Anti-Capitalism session during their Annual Conference in April. A PDF version of this presentation is available for download.

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Mary J. Ruwart, Ph.D. is a former pharmaceutical research scientist and Assistant Professor of Surgery. She has worked extensively with the disadvantaged in low-income housing and was a contender for the 1992 Libertarian Party Vice-Presidential nomination. Her scientific, political, and community activities have been profiled in several prestigious biographical works, including American Men and Women of Sciences, World’s Who’s Who of Women, International Leaders in Achievement, and Community Leaders of America (57:22):

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An overview of the four major approaches to ethical reasoning, from Aristotle to Rand—and why they doth sucketh… (22:20):

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What happened to your income over the past decade, and why… (12:13):

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A 70-page report from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Human Rights Watch (HRW) titled, “Impairing Education: Corporal Punishment of Students with Disabilities in U.S. Public Schools,” shows that disabled students “face corporal punishment in public schools at disproportionately high rates,” including beatings. The ACLU and HRW are calling for “an immediate moratorium on corporal punishment in U.S. public schools”.

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Libertarian legal theorist and patent attorney N. Stephan Kinsella, J.D. discusses the framework of libertarianism and the false concept of “intellectual property” (IP) at Mises University 2009, followed by a Q&A session – 30 July 09.

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Libertarian scholar Roderick T. Long discusses the non-aggression principle, left-libertarianism, racism, class consciousness, and Marx (56:41):

http://dc160.4shared.com/download/121156429/4df8c969/_Non-Aggression_and_Class_Consciousn.mp3?tsid=20090727-233237-81eea529

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Scott Horton interviews Ludwig von Mises Institute president Lew Rockwell, Jr. (more…)