Moral and Political Philosophy

David Gauthier

David Gauthier: Biography

David Gauthier: Bibliography

Jan Narveson

Jan Narveson – The Contractarian Theory of Morals: FAQ

Jan Narveson – Libertarianism: A Philosophical Introduction

Jan Narveson – Gauthier and Libertarianism

Jan Narveson – Libertarianism and Property Rights

Jan Narveson – The Justification of Private Property by First-Comers

Jan Narveson – The Trouble with Theological Terrorism

Interview with Jan Narveson (1998)

The Fox Guarding the Chicken Coop: An Interview with Jan Narveson (1999)

Anthony de Jasay

Review of Ordered Anarchy: Jasay and His Surroundings in Libertarian Papers (2009)

Review of Anthony de Jasay’s Political Philosophy, Clearly in Economic Affairs (vol 31:2, 2011)

Interview with Anthony de Jasay in The Independent Review (Fall 2011)

Philosophy of Science

The Scientific Conception of the World: The Vienna Circle (1929)

The Scientific Conception of the World: The Vienna Circle (1929) (PDF)

Hans Reichenbach – Rationalism and Empiricism (1947)

Hans Reichenbach – The Verifiability Theory of Meaning (1948)

Hans Reichenbach – Are Phenomenal Reports Absolutely Certain? (1952)

Rudolf Carnap – Empiricism, Semantics, and Ontology (1950)

Richard von Mises – Positivism: A Summary (1956)

Miscellaneous writings

Rod Manis – The Factory Exploitation Myth (1970)

Review of L.A. Rollins – The Myth of Natural Rights (1984)

Two Reviews of Anthony de Jasay’s The State (1985/1986) PDF

Gerard Radnitzky – Reply to Hoppe — on apriorism in Austrian Economics (1995) PDF

Max T. O’Connor – Deep Anarchy: An Eliminativist View of “The State” (1999)

Review of  Justin Raimondo – An Enemy of the State: The Life of Murray N. Rothbard (2000)

Richard A. Garner – If Hobbes is Right, Then he is Wrong: Why Social Order Can Arise Without a State Amongst Hobbesian People (2002)

Last Interview of Robert Nozick (2001)

Jim Peron – Von Mises Washed in the Blood of Jesus (2001)

Review Essay of Steven Pinker’s The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined in The Independent Review (Summer 2012)

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