Walter Block claims that The President of Loyola University of New Orleans committed incitement against him! Block responds to Molyneux’s rebuttal of his voluntary slavery stance. He answers the popular question of the possibility of an exit clause in voluntary slavery. Dr. Block explains that there are no such things as positive obligations in libertarian theory, he asks the question why is discrimination allowed (legal) in personal relationships but not in commerce, reparations applied to aggressive acts independent from slavery, death penalty justified in a stateless society and more.
By Luis Rivera III12:01 am on April 23, 2014 Email Walter E. Block