Society

September 9, 2017

From this year on, Swedes can once again ‘Dance With Somebody’

Anyone remember this catchy “Dance With Somebody” song? The Swedish Pop-Band Mando Diao had really put this track into our ears in 2009, when ironically it wasn’t really allowed for Swedes to […]
August 7, 2017

Do Patients a Favor and Legalize Kidney Sales

Spain is one of the leading countries in kidney transplants. In 2016, near 3,000 transplants were carried out in Spanish hospitals, of which 11% came from living donors. Yet the number of […]
August 1, 2017

The NHS’s New Drugs Framework Will Hurt UK Patients

Increased burden on the NHS has led it to introduce new price controls. These initiatives have been reviewed by independent agencies to be potentially harmful to UK patients, and remove significant amounts […]
July 22, 2017

Liberty Face Off: Should Libertarians Care About Animal Welfare?

In this Liberty Face Off, Daniel Issing and Ivan Bertović discuss Animal Rights: Should libertarians care about animal welfare? Classical Liberals are Ignorant About Animal Welfare, and for No Good Reasons By Daniel Issing In his Principles of […]
July 20, 2017

“I worked for free”. No you didn’t.

A few weeks ago I committed the worst crimes of all by defending unpaid internships on social media: Stop saying "unpaid internship". It's not unpaid, you got an education. Zveřejnil(a) Bill Wirtz […]
July 14, 2017

The American Anarcho-Individualist Tradition

Despite its strong association with Spanish anarchism during the 1930s, collectivism was not a hallmark of anarchism everywhere. In the US, for example, anarchism went hand in hand with certain Lockean-rooted individualism […]
July 13, 2017

Is Global Freedom of Expression Dangerous?

The Internet helped bring to light all the nasty, disagreeable, twisted, and downright insane ways of thinking humans are capable of. Every nation’s legal system has its own toleration levels, of course, […]
July 11, 2017

Is Chelsea Manning suffering from Stockholm Syndrome?

Chelsea Manning went to hell and back, and while the most logical response would be to hate the devil, that isn’t what she’s leading us to believe. Her case is still controversial […]
July 10, 2017

To Care or Not to Care: Why the Non-aggression Principle Might Not be Enough

Rather than telling others what to do and what to think, the libertarian method of spreading the key concepts of our philosophy have proven fruitful. We witness day by day increasing numbers […]
July 5, 2017

Austrian-Libertarianism: The Best Defense against Marxist Dominance in Academia

Although Austrian-Libertarian ideas have become more popular in recent years, the production of books, articles and scientific research from Austrian-libertarian perspectives, in all fields is more important than ever. This is because […]
July 1, 2017

The Libertarian Hesitation for Compromise

Natural law, the non-aggression principle, empowering individuals, no taxes at all and world peace. Doesn’t it sound flawless? An ideology, we all should be striving for? Libertarians had been significantly vocal last […]
June 23, 2017

Libertarianism And Consequences: A Potential Empirical Boost

One of the biggest debates among libertarians revolves around the justification of our ethical views. The two most important strands in it are deontological libertarianism and consequentialism, respectively. The adherents of the […]