Being Nice and Self-Reliant: A New England Libertarianism (with Dan Moller)
It is often assumed that libertarianism depends on thinking that property rights are absolute, or on fetishizing individual liberty. But, Dan Moller argues that the foundations of libertarianism lie in widely shared, everyday moral beliefs, especially regarding restrictions on shifting our burdens onto others.
What does it mean to shift burdens? Where do rights come from? Why do some people find redistribution of wealth appealing? Why is utilitarianism self-deception? How utopian should you be in your political philosophy?
Governing Least: A New England Libertarianism, written by Dan Moller
Locke and Nozick on the Justification of Property, written by Matt Zwolinski
A Libertarian Model of the Social Safety Net, written by David S. D’Amato
Government Money and Bureaucratic Control, written by Grant Babcock
A Libertarian Perspective on the Modern American Welfare State, written by Michael D. Tanner