When passenger David Dao was dragged off a United Airlines plane, it was a violation of the Zero Aggression Principle (sometimes called the non-aggression principle). The Zero Aggression Principle (ZAP) says that it’s wrong to use threats, backed by actual Continue reading United Airlines and the Zero Aggression Principle – Zero Aggression Project
Since late 2015, the IRS has had the power to use passports to collect tax debts. H.R.22 added new section 7345 to an already bloated tax code. The new provision is titled “Revocation or Denial of Passport in Case of Certain Tax Delinquencies.” The Continue reading IRS Can Take Your Passport if You are Behind on Taxes
Many societies and social movements operate under a foundational philosophy that often can be summed up in a few words. Most famously, in much of the Western world, is the Golden Rule: Do onto others as you want them to Continue reading What is a Libertarian Transhumanist?
Matt Zwolinski, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of San Diego, wrote a short blog with the title “Six Reasons Why Libertarians Should Reject the Non-Aggression Principle”. I will provide reasons why libertarians should continue to accept the non-aggression Continue reading Attack and Defense of the Non-Aggression Principle
Many libertarians will tell you that moral theories have relatively little to do with their advocacy of libertarianism. They think that liberty is morally neutral. Their thinking for why this is so… Leftists–for the most part–are not complete idiots, and they’re not Continue reading Why Moral Theory is Needed in the Fight for Liberty, Not Just Economics and the Non-Aggression Principle | Objectivism for Intellectuals