Non-Aggression, Liberty, Justice, and Prudence

The non-aggression principle is very simple, but its effective implementation is very complex. Thus, while rejecting the non-aggression principle is sufficient to reveal oneself as an enemy of liberty, accepting it is hardly sufficient to establish one’s credentials as a reliable friend of liberty. By their fruits you will know them: the soundness of one’s commitment to justice is continually validated by the test of prudence.

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“You are what you value. I value: individual liberty, economic common sense, logical rigour, clarity of thought, intellectual integrity and quiet charity.”

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