Libertarian law: Competence and the common defense

posted by
January 22, 2012
The Libertarian Enterprise
by DataPackRat  
Posted in Commentary, LAND Commentary

"A literalist interpretation of the Zero-Aggression Principle can imply that pushing someone out of the way of a falling piano involves the initiation of force against them, and is thus immoral -- a result which goes so far out of common sense and empathy that it can be used by anti-libertarians to disparage the ZAP. The trouble with trying to refute this idea is that it's actually true -- pushing someone against their will is an initiation of force against them." (01/22/12)  

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