4, A Series Begins

Here at Puritanical Libertarianism we find ourselves in the awkward position of mostly talking to ourselves. The Puritanical Libertarian writes to remind himself. The reminding is necessary because the distractions are many. Reminding is a form of repetition. And repetition is the temporal being’s way of getting at reality. That which is most regular is …

Life, change, imperfection

There is nothing else to speak of. Speaking comes in time and is only possible through changing sounds that embody thoughts. There is no though that we know of that is a singularity. The basic thought requires a determinations of an object which requires the differentiation between determined and determination. Note that a determiner (actor) …

Some Rules of Puritanical Libertarianism (PL)

PL says no to initiated aggression (it is important to distinguish between initiated aggression and aggression that is a response to aggression. The implications are many. A few related to contemporary time and space. Implications? No taxation. This would not remove the need to spend on services such as security or dispute arbitration. It would …

Private property and ethics

We are used to hearing private property and ethics as in some sense antithetical. This is a mistake. In fact they are deeply intertwined. Someone has invested energy and strategy in making private property sound like a dirty word. Associations of greed, hoarding, wrongful defensiveness, wrongful building of fences. Somehow the opposite of private property …