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Libertarianism, Abortion, and Fetal Self-Ownership (2 of 2)
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Libertarianism, Abortion, and Fetal Self-Ownership (2 of 2)

Libertarianism, Abortion, and Fetal Self-Ownership (2 of 2) Conflict on the issue of abortion exists and is escalating, because of one thing: compromise. Both sides compromise rights. Pro-lifers compromise women’s rights in favor of the fetus. Pro-choicers compromise fetal rights in favor of the woman. A compromise, even a principled one, begets ambiguity. The purpose in using property rights to articulate human rights is to

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Libertarianism, Abortion, and Fetal Self-Ownership
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Libertarianism, Abortion, and Fetal Self-Ownership (1 of 2)

Libertarianism, Abortion, and Fetal Self-Ownership (1 of 2) In this episode of Dare to Think, I explore the Rothbardian-libertarian view of self-ownership, and see if it applies to the fetus. Abortion series episodes: 1. https://mereliberty.com/003  2. https://mereliberty.com/007  Episode Resources: Manuscript for episode can be found at: https://mereliberty.com/009 To support the production of these

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paul jarvis company of one
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Paul Jarvis, Company of One

Summary – Paul Jarvis, Company of One In this episode, I interview Paul Jarvis about his book, Company of One where he challenges the idea of business growth for it’s own sake. We discuss some interesting ideas like trade and specialization, automation and the effect it will have, and also

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the christian feminist view of abortion
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Evaluating The Christian Feminist View of Abortion

Summary – Evaluating The Christian Feminist View of Abortion Just a few days before recording this episode, Ireland voted overwhelmingly to repeal the 8th Amendment to their Constitution which had recognized the right to life of the unborn. In my last episode of Dare to Think titled, How the Prolife

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Confucians and Spontaneous Order
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The Confucians and Spontaneous Order

The Confucians and Spontaneous Order | Show Notes It was Kongfuzi and the early Confucians who first developed the ideas of spontaneous order. Some historians got this wrong, it seems, because the Daodejing, had been attributed to a 6th century B.C. Daoist philosopher named, Laozi. Main Points of Discussion Resource

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