I stumbled upon this neat (and useful) little resource and thought maybe that you guys can make use of it. They are useful because the proletariat has the attention span of a fruit fly. — jtl, 49
When you’re asked what libertarians believe, do you…
- Try to concoct answers on the fly?
- Give them a book or an article?
Both approaches could work. But we have an alternative.
Last week, we introduced our Mental Levers — mini-articles that answer common questions about what libertarians believe. These articles have the following advantages…
- They’re very short and easy to read
- You can link to them in internet discussions
- They’re divided into collections to help you find what you need
We call our first collection Zero Aggression Basics. It answers the following questions for you…
What is the Zero Aggression Principle?
What is initiated force?
Is the libertarian concept of Zero Aggression pacifist?
What role does empathy play in a libertarian society?
Is the Golden Rule inherently libertarian?
How much should you respect individual conscience?
How do libertarians view Constitutional rights?
How do libertarians view politics?
Is a criminal action still a crime if The State does it?
Are you a passive consenter to State criminality?
Do you make excuses for State criminality?
How do libertarians view democracy?
What is the connection between morality and law?
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