de Wit summarizes paleolibertarianism as “propertarian libertarianism plus sociobiologically based sociology.” He defines the first proposition in terms of Stephan Kinsella’s essay “Who is a Libertarian?” and the second in accordance with standard norms of sociobiology. This will be the first of several posts including de Wit’s diagrams illustrative of key paleolibertarian concepts, presented for the purpose of information and discussion and as work-in-progress.
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