Not many blogs this week, my main source of blogs, anarchoblogs, didn’t really have anything to post…
Sheldon Richman has something for Randian IP advocates to think about.
Mike’s got a recent post about tax day
Some interesting things that I’ve been looking at that I’d like to share. Hopefully this makes up for the lack of blog posts:
While I don’t always follow CATO I did find this talk very interesting. It’s a talk about the Hayekian ideas of imperfect knowledge and how they may apply to the critiques of classical liberalism by the Rawlsians, egalitarians, communitarian and more.
Speaking of communitarians, I was watching an interesting video yesterday and read a few interesting articles:
First the video here is about a political theorist named Robert Nisbit who probably isn’t well known in libertarian circles but is talked about quite a bit in this video.
Now I recommend the video because it brings up the interesting idea of a “communitarian libertarian” and while that may seem oxymoronic to some, I think this article does a good job of trying to synthesize the ideologies.
And finally Roderick Long has an excellent recent paper called How to Reach the Left which I highly recommend.
Again, apologies about the lack of material this week, I’ll be posting up a new essay next week however and I’ve got some projects in mind for future use so keep an eye out for those as well!