Do you consider the actions of Eduardo Saverin, co-founder of Facebook who renounced his citizenship for Singapore, moral and rational?
Putting aside the obvious restrictions on parents, such as physically abusing their offspring, how does one determine whether a child’s consent is required for a parental action involving the child?
In my divorce, in a moment of weakness, I promised my now ex-wife not to share my atheist views with my children. But now I am wondering. She is proselytizing them for Christianity. Is my greatest responsibility to keep my word toward their mother, or should I raise my children in accordance with the ideas I myself regard as true?
Is euthanasia immoral? Should it be illegal? Since it is my life, shouldn’t I be able to enter into a contract that allows someone to help me end it?
Do you have any plans to release Ayn Rand’s work to the public domain before their copyright expires? It would be very helpful in the struggle for freedom.
Is there a difference between the concept of individual rights and human rights?
Can it be just to feel bitter about being laid off from work irrationally, by a whim-worshiping boss, even when one understands he had the legal right to his decision?
A correction on the topic: involuntary sex in relation to morality and to law.
Recently, the government removed several children from their home because the parents have named them after Hitler and the Aryan nation. Is it always immoral for the State to intervene in parental behavior unless there is demonstrated physical harm to the child?