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ethics

Episode 9

February 26, 2009

This 25th of Feb guest appearance on Don Nicoloff’s Evident Footprints show talks about Fragments of Reality, law and order, silence and economical situation among many other issues.

(Next guest appearances on Evident Footprints on 12th and 25th of March at

10:00 PM – 11:00 PM (PST)
1:00 AM – 2:00 AM (EST)
6:00 AM – 7.00 AM (CET – the 13th and 26th of March)

The shows can be listened to for free from BBS Radio at the above stated times and they will also be later available as recordings.)

Compulsion – not necessary even in disputes

March 18, 2007

We have assumed that there is only one way to solve disputes: commission a government monopoly over all people in case they might have some issues between each other. However, this assumption is not the only way to live – actually we have real life examples around us every day.

Not convinced yet? Read Market Chosen Law by Edward Stringham.

Liberty and protection of the liberty

March 16, 2007

Our current societies involve a third party called government that is authorised to incur into any violent actions and force in order to protect its citizens. However just by watching the news it’s nothing new to realise that these powers are also used against the very people who give them to its agent, the state.

A life without a state above its people is possible and here’s an excellent excerpt from Murray N. Rothbard’s The Ethics of Liberty about The Right to Self-defense.