Mitsutoki Shigeta paid 13 women to father his children, in a case that highlights the challenges of balancing autonomy against custom.
The late Tocqueville scholar Peter Augustine Lawler used to say that Tocqueville believed things were “getting better–and worse–all the time.”
The dematerializing nature of the world can be a boon to the middling classes, and the sharing economy provides an example of this.
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Any policy change that lessens government control over private action is desirable; libertarians are crucial to any intellectual push in that direction.
If libertarians are not prepared to accept the consequences of absolute non-aggression, they should seek a more plausible public philosophy.
Munger’s framework leaves us with hope grounded in realism.