A Declaration and Constitution for a Free Society
In our interview with author Brian P. Simpson, we cover these important ideas from his newest book (A Declaration and Constitution for a Free Society: Making the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution Fully Consistent with the Protection of Individual Rights).
From Rowman & Littlefield's book page:
What are individual rights? What is freedom? How are they related to each other? Why are they so crucial to human life? How do you protect them? These are some of the questions that A Declaration and Constitution for a Free Society answers. The book uses Objectivist philosophy—the philosophy of Ayn Rand—to analyze subjective, intrinsic, and objective theories of rights and show why rights and freedom are objective necessities of human life. This knowledge is then used to make changes to the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution. Through these changes, the book shows the fundamental legal requirements of a free society and why we should create such a society. It demonstrates why a free society is morally, politically, and economically beneficial to human beings.
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Show notes with links to articles, blog posts, products and services:
- Brian Simpson's website
- Fountain app
- Mere Mortals podcast
- Value for Value podcast
- Podcasting 2.0 podcast
- Trader principle
Episode 51 (58 minutes) was recorded at 10 PM CET, on June 24, 2022, with Ringr app.. Editing and post-production was done with the podcast maker, Alitu. The transcript will be generated by Veed.io in the near future.
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