Monthly Archives: February 2011

Beyond “consenting adults”

Amongst civil libertarians, one often hears the phrase “consenting adults”. This pisses me off, for the very reason that I advocate liberty. “Consenting adults” is either redundant or repugnant. If one is trying to express that one has to be … Continue reading

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Mutualism: an overview

What is mutualism? In the broadest terms, I’d define mutualism as that branch of market anarchism basing itself around an occupancy-and-use conception of property. However, to more fully understand mutualism, one must look at its essence. The theoretical starting point … Continue reading

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On egoism

Egoism is often said to be anti-social or even solipsistic. However, this is pretty much the opposite of the truth. The individual cannot be separated from the society they live in. If one wants to affirm their self-interest, they must … Continue reading

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