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Children Of (No) Men

In an article published by the online magazine, Aeon, Professor Howard Rachlin engages in an Orwellian thought experiment; what if all children were separated from their parents at birth and randomly given to another family? Rachlin writes (bold emphasis added) … Continue reading

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When Social Justice Warriors Frag One Of Their Own

I assume most of you are familiar with the story of a¬†Columbia University student who falsely claimed another student raped her and, despite the fact that both the police and the school cleared him of any wrongdoing¬†(the latter being no … Continue reading

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How We Ever Going to Get There If We Don’t Start Somewhere?

Obviously the idea of reducing and then abolishing the state sounds inane. This is because people misinterpret what libertarians are actually saying. The inference is that we intend to carry this out tomorrow, when what we are actually offering is … Continue reading

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Why I won’t be a teacher

Throughout my life I’ve had people encouraging me (or pressuring, depending on how you view it) to become a teacher. They say I would be great at teaching history, a passion of mine. Admittedly, I’ve been tempted. But not anymore. … Continue reading

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