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83. J.C. Lester, The Philosophical Genie, an Intellectual Fable, 2010, 20pp
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82. J.C. Lester, The Naked Politician, a Play, 2010, 4pp
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81. Anthony Flood, Is Anarchy a Cause of War? Some Questions for David Ray Griffin, 2009, 20pp
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80. Sean Gabb, Epicurus: Father of the Enlightenment, 2007, 16pp
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79. Nicholas Dykes, The Facts Of Reality: Logic and History in Objectivist Debates about Government, 2007, 28pp
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78. Nicholas Dykes, Murray I. Franck and "Moral" Taxation, 2006, 4pp
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77. Nicholas Dykes, Robert James Bidinotto and “The Contradiction in Anarchism”, 2006, 8pp
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76. Professor Frank van Dun, Personal Freedom versus Corporate Liberties: A Libertarian Critique of Limited Liability, 2006, 20pp
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75. Professor Edward W. Younkins, Developing a Conceptual Framework for Capitalism, 2004, 12pp
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74. Professor Edward W. Younkins, The Congruity among Ayn Rand"s Metaphysics, Epistemology, Value Theory, and Ethics, 2004, 8pp
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73. Peter Saint-Andre, A Philosophy for Living on Earth, 2004, 16pp
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72. Professor Edward W. Younkins, Human Nature, Human Action, and Human Flourishing: Toward an Integration of Austrian Economics and Objectivism, 2004, 12pp
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71. Professor Edward W. Younkins, Metaphysics and Epistemology for a Free Society: The Views of Menger, Mises, and Rand, 2004, 12pp
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70. Professor Edward W. Younkins, Austrian Economics Can Be Compatible With Objectivist Ethics, 2004, 12pp
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69. Professor Edward W. Younkins, What an Austrian-Objectivist Paradigm for a Free Society Might Look Like, 2004, 8pp
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68. Professor Edward W. Younkins, Developing a Paradigm for a Free Society: The Contributions of Mises, Menger, and Rand, 2004, 8pp
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67. Richard Garner, Libertarianism, Insurance Arguments, and General State Welfare, 2004, 16pp
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66. Professor Dennis O"Keeffe, Admiration or Envy: The American Dilemma, 2003, 4pp
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65. Nicholas Dykes, Debunking Popper: A Critique of Karl Popper's Critical Rationalism, 2003, 16pp
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64. James Hamerton, A Critique of Libertarianism, 2001, 7pp
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64. Dennis O'Keeffe, Admiration or Envy: The American Dilemma, 2003, 4pp
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63. Peter Richards, In Defence of the Freedom to Fish, Shoot and Hunt, 2002, 4pp
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62. Ingemar Nordin, Animals Don't Have Rights: A Philosophical Study, 2001, 14pp
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61. Jason Sorens, Libertarian Theory and Children's Rights: The Fiduciary Model, Rationality, Interests, and The Challenge of Abortion, 2001, 7pp
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60. Christian Michel, Capitalism and the Wisdom of the Elders, 2000, 6pp
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59. Christian Michel, The Class Struggle is not Over: Why Libertarians Should Read Marx and Engels, 2000, 6pp
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58. Christian Michel, A Just Price is the One on Which Both the Buyer and the Seller Agree, 2000, 6pp
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57. Christian Michel, Business is Ethically Superior to Politics: The Power to Serve is Better than the Power to Coerce, 2000, 4pp
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56. Brian Micklethwait, The Morality of Consequentialism and the Consequences of Morality: A Reply to Nigel Meek's Tactical Notes No. 24, 1999, 2pp.
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55. Kevin McFarlane, Determinism and Free Will are Incompatible: Another Reply to Paul Coulam, 1999, 4pp.
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54. Nicholas Dykes, Of Course We Do!: A Reply to Paul Coulam's 'Do We Choose What We Do', 1999, 2pp.
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53. Paul Coulam, Do We Choose What We Do?: Freedom, Determinism, the Tase for Homosexuality and the Preference for Chocolate Ice-Cream, 1999, 4pp.
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52. Sarah Lawrence, Against Sharing Equally, 1998, 2pp.
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51. Gareth Williams, The Problems of David Gauthier's Attempt to DErive Morality From Rationality, 1998, 4pp.
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50. Nicholas Dykes, Mrs. Logic and the Law: A Critique of Ayn Rand's View of Government, 1998, 11p.
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49. Nicholas Dykes, Do Rights Only Come Into Existence With the State?: A randian Critique of An Allegedly Randian Position, 1998, 4pp.
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48. Dr. Chris R. Tame, The New Enlightenment: The Revival of Libertarian Ideas, 1998, 7pp.
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47. Colin Gavaghan, Where's the Harm?: A Libertarian Case for Abortion on Demand, 1998, 4pp.
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46. Bryan Caplan, Some Arguments for the Existence of Free Will and Some Objections Answered, 1997, 4pp.
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45. Bryan Caplan, Locke, Consent and the Rights of Children, 1997, 2pp.
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44. Danny Frederick, The Limits to Individual Freedom: Why the Principle of Rights Is Better Than Those of Harm, Cost, Pareto, or Coercion, 1997, 7pp.
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43. Bryan Caplan, Ayn Rand in Three Acts: Chris Sciabarra's 'Ayn Rand: The Russian Radical', 1996, 2pp.
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42. Bryan Caplan, Distributive Justice in a Pure Service Economy: How the Truthnof Libertarianism Follows From the Wrongness of Slavery, 1996, 2pp.
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41. Bryan Caplan, The Is-Ought Problem: What Government Does Is Wrong, 1996, 2pp.
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40. Bryan Caplan, A Platonic Defense of Liberal Individualism, 1996, 2pp.
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39. Paul Coulam, For a New Libertarianism: Problems and Perspectives in the Thought of Ayn Rand, Murray Rothbard and David Friedman, 1996, 10pp.
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38. Nicholas Dykes, Galt's Gulch or Ruft Valley?: Why Objectivists Should Seek Allies Among Those Who Diagree With Them, 1996, 4pp.
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37. Nicholas Dykes, A Tangled Webb of Guesses: A Critical Assessment of the Philosophy of Karl Popper, 1996, 39pp.
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36. Dr. Frank Forman, The Patch Needed for Ayn Rand's 'The Objectivist Ethics', 1996, 4pp.
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35. Antoine Clarke, Hobbes's Theory of Human Nature: A Warning to Libertarians, 1995, 2pp,
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34. Dr. Jan Lester, Popper's Epistemology Versus Popper's Politics: A Libertarian Viewpoint, 1995, 4pp,
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33. Antoine Clarke, Private Ownership Versus Common Ownership: The Problems of Locke's Proviso, 1995, 2pp.
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32. Adriana Lukasova, Nozick's Libertarianism: A Qualified Defence, 1995, 2pp.
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31. Kevin McFarlane, Peter Schwartz's 'Libertarianism: The Perversion of Liberty': A Restricted Critique, 1994, 4pp.
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30. Kevin McFarlane, Leonard Peikoff's 'Fact and Value': A Critique, 1994, 4pp.
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29. Professor Tibor Machan, Two Kinds of Individualism: A Critique of Ethical p:`6 Subjectivism, 1993, 4pp.
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28. Richard Slomon, Liberty Defined: An Objectivist Anarchist Manifesto, 1993, 7pp.
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27. Professor Antony Flew, 'Social Justice' Isn't Any Kind of Justice, 1993, 7pp.
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26. Danny Frederick, Freewill: A Leibnitzian-Libertarian Solution, 1992, 4pp.
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25. Professor Douglas Rasmussen, Ayn Rand on Obligation and Value, 1992, 4pp.
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24. Professor Patrick Day, Coercive Offers Do Not Exist, 1992, 2pp.
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23. Matthew O'Keeffe & Robin Shepherd, Against Equality: A Critique of Bernard Williams, 1992, 4pp.
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22. Kevin McFarlane, Why Objectivists Should Debate With Other Libertarians: A Discussion of David Kelley's 'Truth and Toleration', 1992, 4pp.
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21. Matthew O'Keeffe, Why the State Should Be Neutral Between Theories of the Good Life: A Libertarian Defence of Ronald Dworkin, 1992, 4pp.
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20. Matthew O'Keeffe, World Ownership Is Not Compatible With Self-Ownership: A Defence of Robert Nozick Against G. A. Cohen, 1992, 10pp.
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19. Professor Patrick Day, The Self-Ownership Thesis: A Critique, 1992, 2pp.
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18. Danny Frederick, Casual Sex and Morality: A Kantian-Libertarian Analysis, 1992, 4pp.
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17. Kevin McFarlane, Tibor Machan on Value and the Scope of Economics: A Critique, 1991, 4pp.
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16. Kevin McFarlane, The Critical Rationalism of Karl Popper, 1990, 4pp.
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15. Dr. David Conway, Nozick's Entitlement Theory of Justice: Three Critics Answered, 1990, 7pp.
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14.Rosalyn Unger, In The Name of Reason?: Mysticism in the Philosophy of Science, 1990, 2pp.
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13.William H. Stoddard, The Inductive Origins of Philosophical Axioms, 1990, 4pp.
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12.William H. Stoddard, A Critique of Absolute Will: Kantian Versus Non-Kantian Morality, 1990, 4pp.
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11.Dr. Chris R. Tame, Co-operation Without Community, 1989, 4pp.
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10.Kevin McFarlane, The Reality of Free Will, 1989, 2pp.
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09.Dr. John Gray, The Liberalism of Karl Popper, 1988, 7pp.
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08.William H. Stoddard, A Conceptual Argument For Individual Liberty, 1986, 2pp.
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07.Professor Frank Van Dunn, Authoritarian and Libertarian Views of Society, 1986, 4pp.
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06.Michael Hough, Natural Ethics and the Origins of War, 1986, 2pp.
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05.J. Neil Schulman, Towards A Natural Rights Theory of Logoright, 1986, 10pp.
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04.Max More, The Importance of Selfishness, The Dangers of Altruism, 1986, 4pp.
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03.Professor Stephen Clark, Slaves and Citizens, 1985, 8pp.
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02.Dr. Chris R. Tame and Michael Ivens, Is Freedom Selfish?: A Debate, 1985, 4pp.
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01.Dr. Chris R. Tame, The Moral Case For Private Enterprise, 1985, 4pp.
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