libertarian communities could freely banish dissenters for disagreeingSubmitted by Paul_S. on Sat, 08/03/2013 - 17:08
Private property entitles its owner to discriminate: to exclude or include others from his property and to determine the conditions of entry and inclusion.
Both inclusion and exclusion have associated costs and benefits for the owner, which he weighs against each other when he makes his decision.
In any case, the owner’s decision is motivated by his concern for his property and by reason. His reasoning may turn out correct and he reaches his goal or it may turn out wrong, but in any case, the owner’s is a reasoned decision.
It occurred to me that the Daily Paul struggles with these very issues.
The Brazilian Philosophy Magazine Dicta & Contradicta Interviews Hans-Hermann Hoppe