Transcript
  • 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:20    |    
    Introduction
  • 00:48    |    
    Ayn Rand's contradictory positions
  • 01:42    |    
    Minarchism
  • 02:19.5    |    
    Anarchy
  • 03:41    |    
    Bill of Rights
  • 05:12    |    
    Paranoid sociopathy
  • 06:44    |    
    Quotes Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal, Ayn Rand
  • 09:02    |    
    Quotes "The Nature of Government" from n , Ayn Rand
  • 11:27    |    
    Final words
  • 12:04    |    
    Final credits


Anarchism and Minarchism, a Digression with Objectivist Philosophy

New Media  | 17 de marzo de 2010  | Vistas: 11

Ayn Rand's ideas regarding governmental institutions in a free society are not anarchical, as some may believe; in fact, she promotes the idea of minarchism or minimal government.  In this conference, Fredy Kofman examines the differences between anarchism and minarchism. He points out the contradictions in Rand's position on the role of government in society and defends the principles of anarchy. Kofman states that in his view if a society is to be free, its government must be obliterated.




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