Talk:Principle of non-aggression
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"Aggression" is defined as the "initiation" of physical force against persons or property
- Okay. Who is able to explain why it should be only physical force. Why no libel or brand piracy? --220.127.116.11 08:05, 16 February 2011 (CST)
The link to "What's Right vs. What Works" (a superb article, by the way) is broken. The new link is www[dot]libertyunbound[dot]com/sites/files/printarchive/Liberty_Magazine_January_2005[dot]pdf -- it links to the whole issue rather than to just that article, unfortunately, but it's better than a broken link. I wasn't able to make the edit because my browser refuses to show me cat photos....
- The cats are unfortunately on strike right now but some replacement should be in place soon. And thank you, unknown benefactor, I've fixed the broken link as suggested. Good call! Pestergaines (talk) 07:48, 11 October 2014 (EDT)
There should be a section on criticisms about the charge that the non aggression principle begs the question with regards to its assumption of property rights, a fairly good explanation of which is given on wikipedia.
- Hello, do you mean the Natural resources and property rights section? That part is actually covered in Inconsistency criticism. It should be probably split into a separate paragraph like on Wikipedia (please go for it!), but it's there. Pestergaines (talk) 10:04, 16 November 2014 (EST)