Claire Khaw and Stefan Molyneux discuss whether law should conform to morality and if so which morality and why. https://t.co/bypUkwyKwF— Claire Khaw (@ntfem) January 2, 201
Stefan Molyneux on how theocracy could be libertarian and result in a minimal state:
When laws are founded on religious dogma then they tend not to multiply beyond all reason because they are limited by the fact that if the religious dogma does not ask for certain things to be enforced then it is tough to make the case that it should be. When religion is very strong, the laws tend not to multiply.
The Ten Commandments versus the Federal Registry which has hundreds and thousands of new regulations every year.
When you get rid of the big laws, you don't end up with now laws, you end up with infinity of little laws.
If people obey moral rules, you don't need a big government.
If people respected the family, we wouldn't need the family court.
If people respected property, we wouldn't need the criminal court.
Discussing whether feminism is evil with Stefan Molyneux
https://t.co/rAnPoh81KC Am I the only person to have noticed that @StefanMolyneux avoided answering this question?— Claire Khaw (@ntfem) July 22, 2017