On the Non-Aggression Principle, we precisely defined NAP this way: The initiation of physical force used to inflict injury against a person or damage against property, the oppression, coercion, or menace of such, or use of deception or manipulation, is an...
The Non-Aggression Principle (NAP) is a foundational principle of justice. It’s a self-evident truth that we can use as a tool for determining violations of liberty. There is some disagreement between libertarian philosophers about the role NAP plays in the...
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