My Hayek Lecture at Duke University, subtitled: “Why You’re Probably Worse than a Price Gouger, and Why You Probably Don’t Believe It!”
Do we have a moral duty to help the global poor? If so, what is the best way of discharging that duty? In my new series of videos from Learn Liberty, I explore some answers to these questions. Check them out below! Would You Save the Drowning Toddler? [August, 2015] Someone who let a child…
Lysander Spooner was one of the most important American libertarians of the 19th century. In this interview with Free Thoughts, I talk about his fascinating life and his last published work: “A Letter to Grover Cleveland, on his false Inaugural Address, the Usurpations and Crimes of Lawmakers and Judges, and the consequent Poverty, Ignorance, and…
What did the “social Darwinist” Herbert Spencer really believe about our obligations to the poor? Read my latest paper, “Social Darwinism and Social Justice: Herbert Spencer on Our Duties to the Poor” to find out!
Check out my textbook in political philosophy, now in its second edition with Routledge.
Watch me debate Debra Satz of Stanford University on “The Moral Limits of Markets“
Read my new paper on “Property Rights, Coercion, and the Welfare State: The Libertarian Case for a Basic Income for All,” out now in The Independent Review.
What should libertarians think about the problem of environmental pollution? Read my new paper to find out!