Items that cover cover the reasoning behind the libertarian perspective but may not contain explicit policy measures.

Culture Philosophy

Plato’s Allegory of the Cave & Its Connection to the Present

by Sean Dempsey1/23/24 Plato’s allegory of the cave is one of the greatest stories of philosophy. It allows us to understand how the Greek philosophers once perceived the world. The tale involves a metaphorical explanation in which a human is faced with raw knowledge and unfiltered Truth. In his allegory, Plato explains how the existence […]

Culture History Philosophy

Jordan Peterson’s Forward to the 50th Anniversary of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s Epic ‘The Gulag Archipelago’

The three volumes of The Gulag Archipelago — one continuous, extended scream of outrage — are, paradoxically, brilliant, bitter, disbelieving and infused with awe: awe at the strength characterising the best among us, in the worst of all situations. In that monumental text, published in 1973, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn conducted “an experiment in literary investigation” — a hybrid […]


The Individual vs. The Collective

This article makes an important point that leftists and big government Repubs don’t get. The choice is not that we are all in it together or we are all individuals who refuse to work together. Rather the choice is, are we all coerced as a group or do you voluntarily associate as free independent individuals? […]