Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry defends the analogy between family and nation, outlining the moral obligations that emerge in both cases.
Jacob Hornberger argues that in the social contract, we are the authors. We call the state into being to serve us, not vice versa.
Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry outlines what he believes would make a socially beneficial universal military service.
Zach Maurin argues that national service means volunteer work for good causes, and not for the state at all.
Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry rejects the idea that the state is sovereign and insists that his view is compatible with individual liberty.
Ronald Weitzer condems the repetition of some common myths about the sex trade.
Dianne Post argues that we measure societies by how they treat the disadvantaged, and in this respect prostitutes are a key test.