There's a growing trend among libertarians to distance the movement from those whose intolerance of others are based on race, gender, sexuality, religion, et cetera. There seems to be two forks of this trend, 1) those championing "thick libertarianism" and arguing that intolerance is incompatible with the foundational principles of libertarianism, and 2) those calling for a "humanitarian" approach to spreading libertarianism by not focusing on the property rights of the intolerant, rather on how liberty helps us become better people. Here are my thoughts on the trend as they concern voluntaryism.Read the rest at EVC.
Monday, April 28, 2014
Posted by Skyler J. Collins