Can Enemies Agree To A Decentralized Framework of Law?

It is commonly believed, even among economists, that orderly resolution of disputes is possible only among groups of people with similar values, who agree to work together, but not among disparate social groups. This motivates the belief that there must be some Supreme Ruler who will watch over other watchers. As to who might watch… Continue reading Can Enemies Agree To A Decentralized Framework of Law?

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In Defense of Using “Autarchy” instead of “AnCap” and other Tainted Variations

What if we abandon the word "anarchy" to the communists and socialists? It's not like the word hasn't got a lot of baggage, between the communists on one side, and the belief that it would lead to "chaos" on the other. Why not just let the communists and socialists duke it out among themselves, if… Continue reading In Defense of Using “Autarchy” instead of “AnCap” and other Tainted Variations