TVP #11: A Case for Non-Coercion Based on Rational Self-Interest

On this episode of The Vonu Podcast, Shane and Kyle discuss an article from Rayo’s book titled, A Case for Non-Coercion Based on Rational Self-Interest. This article closes out section one of his book, and is one of the few where he goes into ethics at all.

We found this to be important, as Rayo was essentially describing the non-aggression principle, just not by name, and he was probably one of the first to discuss such a concept. We disagree with some of his explanations and reasoning, but, again, this is more content to help you get into the mind of the man that formulated vonu.

One final note: this is one of our longer episodes and we do go off on some tangents, but we always tie it back into vonu. Please enjoy, share, and tell two folks about the podcast!

Show Notes:

The Non-Aggression Principle Explained by Rayo (December 1972)


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