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Grape
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5/3/2011 3:37:19 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
I would start by taking a look at Chaos Theory by Robert Murphy. It might not be satisfactory but it's concise and it will probably get you in the right direction.
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5/3/2011 3:47:03 PM
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Depends on how much you're willing to read. I loved Anarchy and the Law, but it's about 1000 pages. It's a collection of a ton of essays (1st section on theory, 2nd on the debate between minarchists and anarchists, with alternating essays of minarchists and anarchists arguing, 3rd is on older anarchist writings, and 4th is on historical examples of anarchic criminal justice). If you don't want to buy it, I can just tell you which essays are in it--I think most of them are available somewhere online.
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: i didn't like [Obama]. he was the only black dude in moneygall yet he claimed to be home. obvious liar is obvious liar. i bet him and bin laden are bumfvcking right now.
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5/3/2011 5:30:24 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 5/3/2011 3:47:03 PM, LaissezFaire wrote:
Depends on how much you're willing to read. I loved Anarchy and the Law, but it's about 1000 pages. It's a collection of a ton of essays (1st section on theory, 2nd on the debate between minarchists and anarchists, with alternating essays of minarchists and anarchists arguing, 3rd is on older anarchist writings, and 4th is on historical examples of anarchic criminal justice). If you don't want to buy it, I can just tell you which essays are in it--I think most of them are available somewhere online.

I have a Kindle, and books tend to be cheaper for it. :P
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5/3/2011 5:32:38 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 5/3/2011 5:30:24 PM, Cody_Franklin wrote:
At 5/3/2011 3:47:03 PM, LaissezFaire wrote:
Depends on how much you're willing to read. I loved Anarchy and the Law, but it's about 1000 pages. It's a collection of a ton of essays (1st section on theory, 2nd on the debate between minarchists and anarchists, with alternating essays of minarchists and anarchists arguing, 3rd is on older anarchist writings, and 4th is on historical examples of anarchic criminal justice). If you don't want to buy it, I can just tell you which essays are in it--I think most of them are available somewhere online.

I have a Kindle, and books tend to be cheaper for it. :P

http://www.amazon.com...

Don't think they have it for Kindle, unless there's a place other than amazon where you can buy Kindle books.
Should we subsidize education?
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: At 6/22/2011 6:57:23 PM, el-badgero wrote:
: i didn't like [Obama]. he was the only black dude in moneygall yet he claimed to be home. obvious liar is obvious liar. i bet him and bin laden are bumfvcking right now.
Grape
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5/3/2011 5:34:08 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 5/3/2011 5:30:44 PM, Cody_Franklin wrote:
At 5/3/2011 3:37:19 PM, Grape wrote:
I would start by taking a look at Chaos Theory by Robert Murphy. It might not be satisfactory but it's concise and it will probably get you in the right direction.

Okie dokie. What's the subject matter? Just "what anarchism might look like", or...?

It's basically two essays on what are considered the harder problem for anarcho-capitalism: collective defense and the law. I believe the first essay discusses libertarian law and goes into some detail about how certain procedures could work. It's been a while since I've read it so I'm not solid on the details. You can probably find it with Google or in the Mises archive and it's not very long.
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5/3/2011 5:37:17 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 5/3/2011 5:32:38 PM, LaissezFaire wrote:
At 5/3/2011 5:30:24 PM, Cody_Franklin wrote:
At 5/3/2011 3:47:03 PM, LaissezFaire wrote:
Depends on how much you're willing to read. I loved Anarchy and the Law, but it's about 1000 pages. It's a collection of a ton of essays (1st section on theory, 2nd on the debate between minarchists and anarchists, with alternating essays of minarchists and anarchists arguing, 3rd is on older anarchist writings, and 4th is on historical examples of anarchic criminal justice). If you don't want to buy it, I can just tell you which essays are in it--I think most of them are available somewhere online.

I have a Kindle, and books tend to be cheaper for it. :P

http://www.amazon.com...

Don't think they have it for Kindle, unless there's a place other than amazon where you can buy Kindle books.

Oh, shitdicks. :| Guess I'm relegated to PDF'ing, since I'm not in the mood to pay out $28.
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5/3/2011 5:38:48 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 5/3/2011 5:34:08 PM, Grape wrote:
At 5/3/2011 5:30:44 PM, Cody_Franklin wrote:
At 5/3/2011 3:37:19 PM, Grape wrote:
I would start by taking a look at Chaos Theory by Robert Murphy. It might not be satisfactory but it's concise and it will probably get you in the right direction.

Okie dokie. What's the subject matter? Just "what anarchism might look like", or...?

It's basically two essays on what are considered the harder problem for anarcho-capitalism: collective defense and the law. I believe the first essay discusses libertarian law and goes into some detail about how certain procedures could work. It's been a while since I've read it so I'm not solid on the details. You can probably find it with Google or in the Mises archive and it's not very long.

$2.99 for the ol' Kindle. :)
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5/3/2011 5:40:26 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 5/3/2011 5:38:48 PM, Cody_Franklin wrote:
At 5/3/2011 5:34:08 PM, Grape wrote:
At 5/3/2011 5:30:44 PM, Cody_Franklin wrote:
At 5/3/2011 3:37:19 PM, Grape wrote:
I would start by taking a look at Chaos Theory by Robert Murphy. It might not be satisfactory but it's concise and it will probably get you in the right direction.

Okie dokie. What's the subject matter? Just "what anarchism might look like", or...?

It's basically two essays on what are considered the harder problem for anarcho-capitalism: collective defense and the law. I believe the first essay discusses libertarian law and goes into some detail about how certain procedures could work. It's been a while since I've read it so I'm not solid on the details. You can probably find it with Google or in the Mises archive and it's not very long.

$2.99 for the ol' Kindle. :)

Can you put pdf's on a kindle? The Mises Institute gives it out for free http://mises.org...
Should we subsidize education?
http://www.debate.org...

http://mises.org...

http://lewrockwell.com...

http://antiwar.com...

: At 6/22/2011 6:57:23 PM, el-badgero wrote:
: i didn't like [Obama]. he was the only black dude in moneygall yet he claimed to be home. obvious liar is obvious liar. i bet him and bin laden are bumfvcking right now.
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5/3/2011 5:42:39 PM
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At 5/3/2011 5:38:48 PM, Cody_Franklin wrote:
At 5/3/2011 5:34:08 PM, Grape wrote:
At 5/3/2011 5:30:44 PM, Cody_Franklin wrote:
At 5/3/2011 3:37:19 PM, Grape wrote:
I would start by taking a look at Chaos Theory by Robert Murphy. It might not be satisfactory but it's concise and it will probably get you in the right direction.

Okie dokie. What's the subject matter? Just "what anarchism might look like", or...?

It's basically two essays on what are considered the harder problem for anarcho-capitalism: collective defense and the law. I believe the first essay discusses libertarian law and goes into some detail about how certain procedures could work. It's been a while since I've read it so I'm not solid on the details. You can probably find it with Google or in the Mises archive and it's not very long.

$2.99 for the ol' Kindle. :)

I would not pay 5 cents per page when it's free if I were you.
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5/3/2011 5:44:59 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 5/3/2011 5:40:26 PM, LaissezFaire wrote:
At 5/3/2011 5:38:48 PM, Cody_Franklin wrote:
At 5/3/2011 5:34:08 PM, Grape wrote:
At 5/3/2011 5:30:44 PM, Cody_Franklin wrote:
At 5/3/2011 3:37:19 PM, Grape wrote:
I would start by taking a look at Chaos Theory by Robert Murphy. It might not be satisfactory but it's concise and it will probably get you in the right direction.

Okie dokie. What's the subject matter? Just "what anarchism might look like", or...?

It's basically two essays on what are considered the harder problem for anarcho-capitalism: collective defense and the law. I believe the first essay discusses libertarian law and goes into some detail about how certain procedures could work. It's been a while since I've read it so I'm not solid on the details. You can probably find it with Google or in the Mises archive and it's not very long.

$2.99 for the ol' Kindle. :)

Can you put pdf's on a kindle? The Mises Institute gives it out for free http://mises.org...

Already bought it, like a retard. I can put PDFs on, but I do have to go through the conversion process for formatting reasons.
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5/3/2011 5:45:18 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 5/3/2011 5:42:39 PM, Grape wrote:
At 5/3/2011 5:38:48 PM, Cody_Franklin wrote:
At 5/3/2011 5:34:08 PM, Grape wrote:
At 5/3/2011 5:30:44 PM, Cody_Franklin wrote:
At 5/3/2011 3:37:19 PM, Grape wrote:
I would start by taking a look at Chaos Theory by Robert Murphy. It might not be satisfactory but it's concise and it will probably get you in the right direction.

Okie dokie. What's the subject matter? Just "what anarchism might look like", or...?

It's basically two essays on what are considered the harder problem for anarcho-capitalism: collective defense and the law. I believe the first essay discusses libertarian law and goes into some detail about how certain procedures could work. It's been a while since I've read it so I'm not solid on the details. You can probably find it with Google or in the Mises archive and it's not very long.

$2.99 for the ol' Kindle. :)

I would not pay 5 cents per page when it's free if I were you.

Again, a retard.
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5/3/2011 6:04:00 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
Section 1: Theory
Police, Law, and the Courts by Murray Rothbard (from For a New Liberty)

The Part of 'The Machinery of Freedom' on courts and law, by David Friedman

The part of Market for Liberty on courts, law, defense, by Morris and Linda Tannehill (wasn't available online before, but I think the Mises Institute has it now)

Pursuing Justice in a Free Society: Crime Prevention and the Legal Order by Randy Barnett

Capitalist Production and the Problem of Public Goods (from A Theory of Socialism and Capitalism) by Hans-Hermann Hoppe

National Defense and the Public-Goods Problem by Jeffrey Rogers Hummel and Don Lavoie

Defending a Free Nation by Roderick Long

The Myth of the Rule of Law by John Hasnas

Section 2: Debate

The State by Robert Nozick (from Anarchy, State, and Utopia)

The Invisible Hand Strikes Back by Roy A. Childs, Jr.

Robert Nozick and the Immaculate Conception of the State by Murray Rothbard

Objectivism and the State: An Open Letter to Ayn Rand by Roy A. Childs, Jr.

Do We Ever Really Get Out of Anarchy? by Alfred G. Cuzan

Law as a Public Good: The Economics of Anarchy

Law as a Private Good: A Response to Tyler Cowen on the Economics of Anarchy by David Friedman

Rejoinder to David Friedman on the Economics of Anarchy by Tyler Cowen

Networks, Law, and the Paradox of Cooperation by Bryan Caplan and Edward P. Stringham

Conflict, Cooperation and Competition in Anarchy by Tyler Cowen and Daniel Sutter

Conventions: Some Thoughts on the Economics of Ordered Anarchy by Anthony de Jasay

Can Anarchy Save Us from Leviathon? by Andrew Rutten

Government: Unnecessary but Inevitable by Randall G. Holcombe

Is Government Inevitable? Comment on Holcombe's Analysis by Peter Leeson and Edward Stringham

Section 3: History of Anarchist Thought

Gustave de Molinari and the Anti-statist Liberal Tradition (excerpts) by David Hart

Vindication of Natural Society (excerpt) by Edmund Burke

The Production of Security by Gustave de Molinari

Individualist Anarchism in the U.S.: Origins by Murray Rothbard

Anarchism and American Traditions by Voltairine de Cleyre

Civil Government: Its Origin, Mission, and Destiny, and the Christian's Relation to It (excerpt) by David Lipscomb

No Treason: The Constitution of No Authority (excerpt) by Lysander Spooner

Trial by Jury (excerpt) by Lysander Spooner

Relation of the State to the Individual by Benjamin Tucker

Freedom, Society, and the State: An Investigation Into the Possibility of Society without Government (excerpt) by David Osterfeld

Section 4: Historical Case Studies of Non-Government Law Enforcement

Are Public Goods Really Common Pools? Considerations of the Evolution of Policing and Highways in England by Bruce Benson

Property Rights in Celtic Irish Law by Joseph R. Peden

Private Creation and Enforcement of Law--A Historical Case by David Friedman

The Role of Institutions in the Revival of Trade: The Law Merchant, Private Judges, and the Champagne Fairs by Paul Milgrom, Douglass North, and Barry Weingast

Legal Evolution in Primitive Societies by Bruce Benson

An American Experiment in Anarcho-Capitalism: The Not so Wild, Wild West by Terry L. Anderson and P. J. Hill

Order without Law: How Neighbors Settle Disputes (excerpt) by Robert C. Ellickson
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: At 6/22/2011 6:57:23 PM, el-badgero wrote:
: i didn't like [Obama]. he was the only black dude in moneygall yet he claimed to be home. obvious liar is obvious liar. i bet him and bin laden are bumfvcking right now.