Is It Compatible With Libertarian Law To Steal A Loaf Of Bread To Save A Child From Starvation? No.

Here is a series of back and forth letters on this subject. I admit, my position sounds callous. But, I insist, more lives of children and everyone else will be saved by upholding the non-aggression principle (NAP) of libertarianism, than by compromising this foundation of our entire philosophy. Let’s all try to be logically consistent libertarians. Also see, at the very end of this blog, the best compilation of Hans Hoppe’s break-through defense of the NAP, on the basis of argumentation ethics, that I’ve been able to put together, with the help of Stephan Kinsella. Letter 1 From: N Sent: … Continue reading Is It Compatible With Libertarian Law To Steal A Loaf Of Bread To Save A Child From Starvation? No.