- Posted by Paul Gowder on March 6th, 2011 filed in academia, sometimes produces political theory
- 1 Comment »
There’s the silly kind of [right-]libertarianism, which leads people to think that it’s impermissible to have things like antidiscrimination laws — that’s the kind that gets all the public attention and leads me to make snarky comments.
Then there’s the smart, interesting, and challenging kind of libertarianism that hews to a vigorous (and perhaps too-broad, but defensible) traditional conception of liberty while leaving open the possibility that there might be other political values worth pursuing, like social justice. Numerous philosophers/political theorists in the latter school have started a blog, and so far every single post is extremely worth reading. This should be on your blogroll right now.