Tag: Criticisms

Criticisms #11: Libertarianism & Marginalized Groups Pt. 2 – Minorities

Update: The original article used a quote from Christopher Cantwell, who the author had not previously heard of, and upon further research is not a person that should be quoted on libertarianism and minorities. The quote has been replaced. Due to feedback on the preferred labels for GSM […]

Criticisms #10: Libertarianism & Marginalized Groups – Pt. 1 Women

Continuing my articles addressing criticisms of libertarian Philosophy, this week I’ll be tackling the argument that Libertarian ideology would not be good for minorities, the LGBTQIA+ community and women. At this point in this series of articles, I’ve covered the broader reasons that libertarian ideas are criticized and […]

Criticisms #9: Why Don’t You Leave?

Continuing my series on libertarian criticisms, I will address the argument that if libertarians don’t like living in the United States, then we should move to a country that has less regulations and less laws. Firstly, it should be noted that this argument is more than likely a […]

Criticisms #8: No Groups, Ever!

Continuing my series on libertarian criticisms, I will address the argument that libertarians want no groups or anyone to ever do anything in groups. This argument first appeared to me when I was browsing articles and essays searching for the most common criticisms of libertarianism. An author for […]

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