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What Does Self-Ownership Imply about Parent's and Children's Rights?
Interviews

What Does Self-Ownership Imply about Parent’s and Children’s Rights?

Summary – What Does Self-Ownership Imply about Parent’s and Children’s Rights? What Does Self-Ownership Imply about Parent’s and Children’s Rights? Kerry Baldwin returns to the LCI Greenroom with Jacob Winograd, host of the Biblical Anarchy Podcast, to discuss the principle of self ownership. We will dive into some of the questions and controversies surrounding this topic, specifically the objections raised concerning the rights & obligations related to parents and their children, and how the theory

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Libertarian Party's Position on Abortion
Podcasts

Deciphering the Libertarian Party’s Position on Abortion: Key Points Unpacked

Summary – Deciphering the Libertarian Party’s Position on Abortion: Key Points Unpacked On this episode of Dare to Think, host Kerry Baldwin delves into the complex history of the Libertarian Party’s stance on abortion rights. In her exploration, Kerry highlights key shifts in the party’s platform over the decades, shedding light on the diverse perspectives within the Libertarian Party. As she navigates through the party’s evolving positions on abortion, Kerry addresses the recent removal of

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property rights abortion debate bob murphy
Interviews

Property Rights Corrects Abortion Debate Errors w/ Bob Murphy

Summary – Property Rights Corrects Abortion Debate Errors w/ Bob Murphy Kerry Baldwin is a Christian libertarian who advances a nuanced position on abortion that seeks to protect the fetus while respecting the bodily rights of the mother. Kerry shows how property rights correct abortion debate errors on the Bob Murphy Show. 00:00 Introduction 05:40 Evictionism and whether the fetus counts as a trespasser 09:38 Analogy: child stowaway 11:40 Is it important to know when

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Nancy Pearcey Explains The Toxic War on Masculinity plus a Review
Podcasts

Nancy Pearcey Explains The Toxic War on Masculinity plus a Review

Summary – Nancy Pearcey Explains The Toxic War on Masculinity In this episode of Dare to Think, Kerry Baldwin interviews Professor Nancy Pearcey about her book, The Toxic War on Masculinity. This book is not intended to take sides in cultural-religious debates between Complementarianism and Egalitarianism. Instead, Pearcey examines a socio-historical perspective of the phenomenon known as “toxic masculinity” and whether Christianity or secularism is responsible for it. Pearcey finds a number of surprising examples

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The Hrvoje Moric Show
Critical Thinking

Kerry Baldwin on The Hrvoje Moric Show

Summary – Kerry Baldwin on The Hrvoje Moric Show Instructor Kerry Baldwin gives her analysis of the current state of the world from a (Reformed) libertarian Christian’s perspective, expertly defines critical thinking, explains the proper way to use the Socratic method and more. Monthly members are encouraged to login and leave comments below 00:00 Introduction 02:50 Current state of liberty in the world and the United States 06:24 Globalism – WEF, Great Reset, etc. 08:39 Education as a solution to

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Nurturing Thoughtful Minds: The Socratic Method and the Liberty Seminar for Critical Thinking
Critical Thinking

Nurturing Thoughtful Minds: The Socratic Method and the Liberty Seminar for Critical Thinking

Summary – Nurturing Thoughtful Minds: The Socratic Method and the Liberty Seminar for Critical Thinking Welcome to Dare to Think, where we challenge & and rethinking prevailing paradigms. In today’s episode, we delve into the relaunch of the Liberty Seminar, a course designed by Kerry Baldwin to cultivate the invaluable skill of thinking well using the Socratic method. Our guests, Mike Leavitt, Jacob, and Kerry Baldwin, engage in thought-provoking discussions on the significance of critically

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