Logical Anarchy Today Episode 148 – Argumentation Ethics, Estoppel, Synthetic A Priori Propositions and Self Ownership


Logical Anarchy Today – Logical Anarchy Today Episode 148 – Argumentation Ethics, Estoppel, Synthetic A Priori Propositions and Self Ownership

When debating statists, why is there so much heated disagreement? The differences is in the premises of the voluntaryist compared to the statist. The Voluntaryist is making logical deductions of synthetic a priori propositions while the statist is making deductions from false and contradictory premises. Having a false premises or a slightly inaccurate premise can cause all sorts of issues when trying to debate something. But the anarcho-capitalist is working from the concept of self ownership and the action axiom. Both are propositions that cannot be refuted. This creates considerable problems for the statist. Today’s episode is all about this concept.

An Introduction to Argumentation Ethics

A Statist Uses Intellectual Dishonesty to Justify Taxation

Self-Ownership Naturally Implies Property Rights

Episode 128 – Estoppel Applied to Gun Control

Episode 91 – Synthetic A Priori Propositions And The Action Axiom

Logical Anarchy Merchandise

Tom Woods Liberty Classroom

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2 thoughts on “Logical Anarchy Today Episode 148 – Argumentation Ethics, Estoppel, Synthetic A Priori Propositions and Self Ownership

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