Libertarian Punishment Theory and Austrian Subjectivism: A Reconciliation?

From: J Sent: Sunday, February 18, 2018 1:13 PM To: wblock@loyno.edu Subject: Subjectivity of harm Dear Dr. Block, This is a question I have been wrestling with for some time. I’ll state it as simply as I can: If value is subjective, then harm (loss of value) must also be subjective. What are the consequences of the subjectivity of harm to the principle of restitution in a private law society? Best regards, J Dear J: Yours is an excellent question. I am an Austro-libertarian, and, I agree with you when you imply there is a “tension” not to say a … Continue reading Libertarian Punishment Theory and Austrian Subjectivism: A Reconciliation?