Matt Wong invited me for an engaging, hour-long interview on Discernable. We covered a wide variety of topics including anarcho-capitalism, when to be afraid of technology, and what Michael Malice is like off camera. If you make it to the end, Matt asks me for the best argument against libertarianism and, admittedly, there is aContinue reading “Discernable”
I was invited to speak at the Libertarian Scholars Conference this year and gave a short presentation on The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism. Here is the video: Afterwards, Walter Block suggested that instead of describing actions as ethical or unethical, I should describe actions as being legal or illegal under a libertarian system of law. IContinue reading “Libertarian Scholars Conference 2022”
Doug Stewart and Norman Horn invited me onto their podcast for an enjoyable discussion about libertarianism and The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism. Click below to visit to the show page: Thanks to Jacob Lovell for making the introduction!
Cody Cook invited me to be on his podcast Cantus Firmus this week and we had a fun conversation about anarcho-capitalism, ethics, and agorism. You can visit the show page below to see show notes and links to other episodes.
I was a guest on the Tom Woods Show today, which was super fun. Tom was kind enough to geek out with me about ethics, economics, and praxeology. You can listen here:
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 dryContinue reading “The Ethics of Anarcho-Capitalism”
A paper I wrote in response to Walter Block’s “The Human Body Shield” Download the paper at mises.org.