[cross-posted at Liberty & Power]
The latest issue (21.1) of the Journal of Libertarian Studies offers a symposium on the topic “Market Anarchism: Pro and Con,” featuring Eric Roark vs. Robert Nozick on whether a dominant protection agency can justly evolve into a state, Randall Holcombe vs. Walter Block on whether the state is inevitable, Walter Block vs. Tibor Machan on whether government is essentially coercive, and Jordan Schneider vs. myself on whether the market can provide objective law.
Read a fuller summary of 21.1’s contents here.
Read summaries of previous issues under my editorship here.
Read back issues online here.
What happened to the pdf files from the two previous issues of JLS (20.3, 20.4)?
There’s a 2-issue moving wall before issues go online. (So 20.3 should go up soon.)
Don’t forget to crosspost it to the Mises blog as well.
Iceberg, there’s already a link to the Mises blog above; see where it says “Read a fuller summary ….”