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Tag Archives: Thomas Aquinas
Libertarianism’s hidden shadow: Tyranny
For most people the word libertarian makes them think of liberty. Libertarians want to ensure individual freedom. At the same time, people will seek libertarianism as opposed to tyranny. Despite the surface belief, I argue that it hides a tyrannical … Continue reading
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Should we follow Aaron Swartz’s example on civil obedience to the laws?
In his Guerrilla Open Access Manifesto, Aaron Swartz writes “There is no justice in following unjust laws.” In the context he argues that there has been a private theft of public culture. In effect, copyright enriches the few at the … Continue reading
Posted in censorship, corruption, Government, intellectual property rights, justice, open data Tagged Aaron Swartz, Civil disobedience, Martin Luther King, Thomas Aquinas, United States Comments Off on Should we follow Aaron Swartz’s example on civil obedience to the laws?