Our System is Obviously Broken. Time to Consider Anarchy? Political Badger Interviews Gerard Casey

Posted: May 31, 2014 in Podcast
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When you think anarchy, what do you think? Disorder? Chaos? Pandemonium? Murder and mayhem? What if there was no government? No President or Prime Minister? No politicians? Who would protect us? Educate our children? Take care of the poor and elderly? The consensus among the masses is that we need government to provide these things for us. We need them to ensure order, if nothing else, right?

Recently, I had the real pleasure of interviewing Dr. Gerard Casey, professor of philosophy at University College Dublin and author of the 2012 book, Libertarian Anarchy: Against the State. Given our common perceptions of what anarchy is, you would think a man who teaches a class called Anarchy, Law and the State and believes we’d be better off with no government at all would be an unstable, disagreeable, even ill tempered person. After all, he’s in favor of chaos and mayhem, right? This could not be further from the truth. As you will learn from this interview, Dr. Casey’s brand of anarchy, which he has dubbed “Libertarian Anarchy”, if implemented properly would provide the maximum amount of peace, order, and prosperity. And Dr. Casey has a personality suited to teach this lesson. He is passionate, yet level headed. Extremely intelligent, but also really funny and charming. Students flock to fill his extremely popular classes. Enjoy.

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