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Hans-Herman Hoppe

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Yes, the paleo-libertarians are really railing against FedGuv, so they can set up their own governments at local levels.

I am most familiar with Hoppe's book Democracy: The God That Failed. Maybe you would be better at writing up a section for argumentation ethics? It is quite amusing, from the little summary I read on the LvMI site. It is very similar to the other rhetorical ploy used as regards the action axiom -- "Are you denying that people act? You are contradicting yourself!" Also very much like the Randroids' abuse of identity -- "Do you deny that A is A??"

Nebuchadnezzar (talk)02:03, 31 July 2014