Tag Archives: Ethics of Liberty

Anarcho-Capitalism: An Annotated Bibliography

By Hans-Hermann Hoppe via LewRockwell.com Here is the essential reading on anarcho-capitalism, which might also be called the natural order, private-property anarchy, ordered anarchy, radical capitalism, the private-law society, or society without a state. This is not intended to be a … Continue reading

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Property and Criminality: A Detailed Review and Synopsis of Chapter 9 or Murray N. Rothbard’s The Ethics of Liberty

by Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume A criminal is defined as anyone who initiates violence against another man and his property—e.g. anyone who uses the coercive “political means” for the acquisition of goods and services. If you see A grabbing … Continue reading

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Property Rights and the Theory of Contracts:

A detailed review and synopsis of Chapter 19 in Murray N. Rothbard’s book, The Ethics of Liberty.   by Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume The right to contract is derived from the right of private property. The only enforceable contracts are … Continue reading

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“Human Rights” as Property Rights: A Detailed Review and Synopsis of Chapter 15 of Murray N. Rothbard’s The Ethics of Liberty

by Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume  There are no human rights which are not also property rights. In fact, “human rights” lose their absoluteness and clarity and become fuzzy and vulnerable when property rights are not used as the standard.  … Continue reading

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