Ep. 733 Thoughts on Family, Children, and Libertarianism

Ep. 733 Thoughts on Family, Children, and Libertarianism

In this episode I share some thoughts about egalitarianism and the family (mortal enemies, those), and whether parents can be said, within the libertarian framework, to have positive obligations toward their children.

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Article Discussed

Is Having a Loving Family an Unfair Advantage?,” by Joe Gelonesi
Libertarian Theory and the Rights of Children,” by Kevin LeCureux

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