Today, I’m releasing a new book called The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism. It explains what libertarianism is and how to use it to solve ethical problems. It is different from most books on libertarianism, though.
First, it is narrative non-fiction. It weaves the ethical theory into a story for a little flavor. If you prefer dry books full of academic references, you might be disappointed.
Second, it focuses on describing how libertarianism works using the idea of purposeful behavior. Libertarian ethical systems are most commonly based on property rights, though some authors have used anything from contracts to intuition. In contrast, this book builds a libertarian ethical system from praxeological foundations.
Finally, it emphasizes ethics over economics and, even within ethics, focuses more on personal ethics and problem solving rather than policy and politics.
The narrative introduces libertarianism in a gradual way, so it should be accessible to beginners. It also has a few advanced concepts that seasoned libertarians will appreciate.
You can buy an ebook or softcover copy here. A hardcover version will be available later this month and the audio book will be released in April. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments.
Amazon author page: amazon.com/author/krisborer