[cross-posted at Liberty & Power]
Several people have asked for copies of my working papers “Why Libertarians Believe There Is Only One Right,” “The Racist Syndrome: Sartre, Rand, and the Will to Concreteness,” and “Stakeholder Theory for Libertarians: A Rothbardian Defense of Corporate Social Responsibility,” so I’ve decided to post them online.
These drafts were written a few years back (I actually started the stakeholder one in 1997 – prompted by my first reading of Friedman on this topic in preparation for teaching my first business ethics class when I came to Auburn) and I suspect I’ll want to word things differently when I return to revising them, but in the meantime here they are.
Not to sound ungrateful, but could you also upload or email me copies of your two articles (“Hellenistic Philosophers of Law” and “Socrates and Socratic Philosophers of Law”) in Miller’s History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy of Law and “Aristotle’s Egalitarian Utopia” in Hansen’s expensive The Imaginary Polis?
I vaguely think I don’t have electronic versions of them, but I’ll check.
The Hansen one is online, though not in an easily downloadable form.
What about all those other requests we (i.e. Geoffrey and I) made a while back?
I’ll still download and appreciate these though 😛