Let me offer my own definition of libertarianism. It is the political theory that freedom and peace serve the common good better than violence and state control, thus suggesting a normative rule: societies and individuals must be left unmolested in their associations and commercial dealings so long as they are not threatening others.
I’m almost certain that most thinkers in the liberal tradition would be happy with that definition.
Is that view strange or exotic, dangerous or radical, to the point that the rise of such thoughts really do constitute a dangerous invasion of culture?
sábado, agosto 19, 2017
O Papa anticapitalista
Pope Francis Has Forgotten the Church’s Own Grand Libertarian Legacy: