What is libertarian?

  • (noun): Someone who believes the doctrine of free will.

Some articles on libertarian, libertarians:

Libertarian Perspectives On Revolution
... Libertarian perspectives on revolution include the disparate views held by various libertarians on the desirability of creating fundamental change in power or ... Libertarian revolutionary goals often include dissolution of current states, creation of new states on the ocean (seasteading) and even the abolition of all states ...
Libertarian Perspectives On Revolution - Methods - Nonviolent Action and Non-cooperation
... The Voluntaryist, a publication founded in 1982, promotes a libertarian form of nonviolent resistance and civil disobedience they call voluntaryism ... politics, in theory and in practice, as incompatible with libertarian principles ... Kennedy promoted the libertarian/anarchist technique economic secession, for example, replacing use of fiat money with barter or commodity money, refusing to submit ...
Libertarian Perspectives On Revolution - Methods - Violent Rebellion or Terrorism
... total right to that property." However, Rothbard warns against harming innocents "…the libertarian goal, the victory of liberty, justifies the speediest possible means towards reaching the goal, but those means ... In response to Rothbard's rebuttal of the New Libertarian Manifesto, Konkin writes, "Rothbard’s statement that violent revolution (what other kind is there against a ruling class—would ... But Konkin also spoke out against initiating violence against the State in his New Libertarian Manifesto, as mentioned below ...
Libertarianism In South Africa - Libertarian Seminar
... The first annual Libertarian Spring Seminar was organised by Frances Kendall in 1984 at the Nebo holiday farm in the Free State ... seminars have been run annually by the SA Libertarian Society, an informal collection of libertarian individuals ...