Voluntaryism is the philosophy that all human interaction should be voluntary. Thus, the initiation of force is evil and morally condemned. It is also believed that ostracism is a strong enough means to punish bad human behavior. In a Voluntaryist world one does not have the right to coerce others’ help in form of water,…
Making a World of Voluntary Interaction by Applying ONE RULE: THE NON-AGGRESSION-PRINCIPLE Then all human interaction will be voluntary. But the starving man fallacy? A starving man, in need of food and shelter once had parents, once was part of a community, once had a wife or children, once had a friend, once had work, once…
Voluntaryist Property Discussion coming soon.
If force is needed to get what you want you’re either a bad negotiator, or you make absurd claims, or the other person is insane. If he or she is insane, then ostracism from the community is a valid means to sanction his behavior. The initiation of force is not needed.
Your money is power in the hands of a few, who cannot possibly spend it as responsibly as you.
If you can’t prove integrity, morality becomes meaningless.
All human interaction should be voluntary, everything else is slavery.
In a system based on coercion, how do we know if we are worthy of trust or if humanity needs to submit to a greater power which can’t be trusted.
From which point on does simple taxation become slavery?
What is more costly, having everyone rely on the state to solve market problems, or having partly failing markets?
If a Constitution can be used to do evil, can it be moral?