Today I talk about the social contract arguments we encounter from critics all the time, and how we might answer them. Plus, a digression on entrepreneurship, and how I’m teaching my kids that sitting around hoping someone will hire you is the wrong way to advance your career in the modern economy. Enjoy!
“Social Contract: A Critique,” by Williamson M. Evers (PDF)
On the Edge of Anarchy: Locke, Consent, and the Limits of Society, by A. John Simmons
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