Reader, if I were to set off, unannounced and uninvited, on a journey to your home and become stranded along the way, would you have a “moral responsibility” to come and pick me up? At first glance this would seem a most implausible claim. It is not obvious that it would gain in plausibility if I were in some sort of peril.
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I found out about the Liberty Matters Jasay forum via this Peter Boettke post at Coordination Problem. In it, the Professor says that “Liberty Matters is hosting once again a very interesting discussion dealing with the work of Anthony de Jasay.” Now I haven’t read this other one, so as you would imagine, reader, I went looking for it, but drew a blank.
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Anthony de Jasay turns 90 this year, and to celebrate, the Online Library of Liberty has organised a “Liberty Matters” discussion of his work.