Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 218.
This is Episode 50 of the Patterson in Pursuit podcast, where host Steve Patterson interviews me about Hans-Hermann Hoppe’s argumentation ethics.
[Update: He does a breakdown of our discussion in Episode 63.]
If we choose to argue, have we presupposed an ethical framework? Is “self-ownership” a concept that cannot coherently be doubted?
To help me answer these questions, I’m joined by one of the most prominent supporters of “argumentation ethics” – the theory that says ownership is inescapable, and as soon as we choose to argue, we’re committed to a set of ethical values.
- Kinsella, “Argumentation Ethics and Liberty: A Concise Guide” (2011) and Supplemental Resources
- Hans Hermann Hoppe, “On The Ethics of Argumentation” (PFS 2016)
- Kinsella, New Rationalist Directions in Libertarian Rights Theory
- Frank van Dun, “Argumentation Ethics and The Philosophy of Freedom”
- Kinsella, The Genesis of Estoppel: My Libertarian Rights Theory
- Kinsella, Defending Argumentation Ethics: Reply to Murphy & Callahan