- 1 Welcome to the The Moral Libertarian Horizon Wiki
- 2 Purpose of this Wiki
- 3 Part 1: Great Liberal Thinkers
- 4 Part 2: Big Liberal Ideas
- 5 Part 3: Core Moral Libertarian Ideas
- 6 Part 4: Moral Libertarianism vs Other Ideologies
- 7 Part 5: Moral Libertarianism in the Contemporary World
- 8 The Books
- 9 Latest activity
Welcome to the The Moral Libertarian Horizon WikiThis Wiki is for the discussion and promotion of both liberal thinking in general, and Moral Libertarian ideas in particular. There will be content about the great tradition of liberalism stretching back several centuries, as well as contemporary debates from the Moral Libertarian viewpoint.
How does liberalism's dedication to distributing liberty equally make it a moral ideology? To answer this question, we need to first look at what liberty is. Liberty is the power an individual has over their own actions, their ability to put their ideas into action. Therefore, looking at it from a moral perspective, liberty is moral agency, i.e. the ability to act in accordance with one's moral compass. An equitable distribution of liberty therefore ensures an equitable distribution of moral agency. In this way, liberalism ensures that every individual in society has an equal share of moral agency.
Purpose of this WikiThe purpose of this Wiki is to allow the community to expand on the core ideas of Moral Libertarianism, including those found in the Moral Libertarian Horizon books. Moral Libertarians are encouraged to leave their thoughts on each issue on this Wiki, by leaving comments on the pages. You can also add a new idea, issue or insight, by adding a new page.
If you have something you think should be added, feel free to contribute to any article on this Wiki! We are trying to make it more complete as time goes on.
This is a platform to discuss and refine each idea. Remember to keep the discussions civil and polite.
Part 1: Great Liberal Thinkers
Main article: The Liberal Thinkers Project
and more. See the main article.
Part 2: Big Liberal Ideas
Main article: The Liberal Thinkers Project Extension
Coming soon: Articles dedicated to ideas like the Social Contract, Religious Tolerance, the Original Position, and more.
Part 3: Core Moral Libertarian Ideas
Part 4: Moral Libertarianism vs Other Ideologies
Part 5: Moral Libertarianism in the Contemporary World
The Moral Libertarian Idea (2020) by TaraElla
A Theory of Justice (1971) by John Rawls
Anarchy, State, and Utopia (1974) by Robert Nozick
The Road to Serfdom (1944) by Friedrich Hayek