The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism is a narrative non-fiction book about libertarianism. It combines praxeology and storytelling to develop ethics in a way that is simple, robust, and fun.
Whether you want a clear introduction or a more advanced understanding, this book will shed libertarianism in a new light.
Here’s what others are saying:
“This is an excellent book on anarcho-capitalism. It covers all the bases, and then some. This is an enjoyable read, an easy read, and at the end of the road lies real insight. Five stars.”
– Walter Block, author of Defending the Undefendable
“I was dreading reading this, but it is conceptually excellent.”
– Michael Malice, author of The New Right
“This book uses praxeology to define libertarianism based on the non-aggression principle. Ancaps may find the implications disconcerting, or illuminating.”
– Stephan Kinsella, author of Against Intellectual Property
“For those who enjoy going deep into libertarian theory, the thought experiments and strategies in this book will prove valuable.”
– Jakub Bozydar Wisniewski, author of Libertarian Quandaries