NAP A to Z – Non Aggression Principle Explored
The non-aggression principle is the bedrock philosophy of liberty for most libertarians. In this episode, we cover the NAP from A to Z, including:
- What it is (and what it isn’t)
- Historical background (and no, Ayn Rand did NOT invent the NAP)
- When is it OK to violate the NAP?
- Objections to the NAP (both inside and outside libertarian circles)
- Who can get away with violating the NAP (and who can NOT)
- A philosophy of liberty based on self-ownership
- The moral hazard of delegating violence to agents of the State
- Share your internet passwords and go to jail!
- A Dead Libertarian who earned the nicknames “Mr. Libertarian” and “The State’s Greatest Living Enemy.”
- And much more!
Check out a selection of Murray Rothbard resources.
Watch the Philosophy of Liberty video.
Watch along with Murray Rothbard as Wendy McElroy and Jeffrey Tucker perform Rothbard’s one-act play “Mozart Was a Red.”
The audio clip from the Murray Rothbard speech is courtesy of Libertarianism.org.
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