Should human beings adopt a new strategy for social problem-solving? Retweet
Do we start in the wrong place when we seek to fix social ills? Is this merely an ideological question, or a moral one? Does our current approach get the results we want, or does it lead to sociopathology and crime?
What if we persuaded people to adopt a new starting point for social-problem solving? Might that be more powerful than convincing them to adopt libertarian positions, one issue at a time?
Today’s offerings take a quick yet profound look at all of these issues…
- Do you start in a hole when you use aggression to solve problems?
- Should non-aggression be the starting point for all problem-solving?
- Why voluntaryism is NOT another ideology.
- How do libertarians view constitutional rights?
- Is a crime still a crime if The State does it?
- Is politics inherently sociopathic?
Our Mental Levers are mini-articles that present key libertarian ideas in bite-size chunks. Absorb them. Use them. Share them with others.
ZAP The State and have a nice day,
Zero Aggression Project