Terence Kealey from two years ago. He has some good nuggets here but I think he misinterprets their implications.
Kealey apparently wrote a book to this effect in 1996 and he had a new book out in 2008 (looks like it's got an evolutionary psychology and economics type focus). He's written some stuff in the popular press and for groups like Cato too. Does anyone know if the 1996 book made much of an impact? Were there many responses to it?
The idealist understanding of "natural rights"
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