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Philosophy of Liberty

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C.Smith

Our love of freedom and devotion to the liberty of the individual requires more than simply advocating that government cease regulating peaceful behavior, it also requires advocating for the virtuous as our founders did.

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It seems that almost every political or religious philosophy holds to what I call the Unity Ideal. This is the idea that if we could all just be completely unified, every problem would wither away, all our needs would be met, untapped power would spr

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Once we see ourselves as part of a larger entity - once we identify with it - we feel a necessity to conform to it. If we don't, we begin to lose the existential crutch that larger entities offer us.

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Jacek Spendel

PROJECT ARIZONA'S SEMINAR ON AMERICAN HISTORY AND FREE MARKET ECONOMICS - LEARNING FROM THE CASE OF VENEZUELA - YOUNG "FREEDOM FIGHTERS" REJECT U.S. STUDENTS' DREAMS OF SOCIALISM

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This is a set of questions and answers that I included in A Lodging of Wayfaring Men and later removed because the book worked better without them. And even though I'd write it quite differently today (I wrote this 20 years ago), I still think it

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freemansperspective.com, by FREEMANSPERSPECTIVE

There are millions of people – a majority in many places – who believe in a liberty philosophy: That the golden rule is the right way for humans to interact, that centralization is a problem, that leaving markets alone is better than rigging them

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There are millions of people - a majority in many places - who believe in a liberty philosophy: That the golden rule is the right way for humans to interact, that centralization is a problem, that leaving markets alone is better than rigging them

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arclein

One might reasonably ask, how is a system of educational institutions for the elite democratic? Ideally, a democratic society should make sure that the interests of all sectors of society are represented. Those in the elite have disproportionate powe

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"Call me pisher" is a Yiddish phrase from my youth, and it was used to instruct me in a very important lesson. (Though I hardly realized it at the time.) And since Yiddish speakers were often not particularly delicate persons, I'll have to be a

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