Category Archives: Rights

The Unbroken Chain

Between Fate and Schicksal

The Germanic concept of Schicksal and the Anglo concept of fate are not coterminous. To the Anglo mind, long steeped in Liberalism1, fate is something to be hated, feared, reviled, avoided, subverted, or overcome — or at least lamented; to the … Continue reading

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Killing Abortionists Is Moral

A Threat of Deadly Force against an Innocent Engenders a Moral Duty to Defend

For nearly fifty years now, opponents of abortion have been making increasingly weak claims. I do not mean to say that the central argument on the anti-abortion1 side (i.e., that a fetus is a human being worthy of protection) has … Continue reading

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Free Speech, Corporations, and Dissent

On the Constructive Denial of Rights

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The Second Amendment, the Supreme Court, and Hillary Clinton

Against Reliance on Positive Law Arguments

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The Press, Lying

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