The Trinity of Liberty Q&A, with Craig Biddle


This is the Q&A from Craig Biddle’s speech “The Trinity of Liberty: Individualism, Individual Rights, and Independent Thinking,” delivered at Hungry Minds Speaker Series, Denver, CO, Feb 2, 2013. Biddle answers questions about egoism, moral principles, the proper use of the term “selfishness,” the nature of individual rights, and the logical foundations of morality. The speech itself can be found here.

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