This coming Monday, April 5th, the Molinari Society will be holding its mostly-annual Pacific Symposium in conjunction with the Pacific Division of the American Philosophical Association (5-10 April) via Zoom.
This panel has some overlap, both in personnel and in content, with the one we did in January for the Eastern APA, but it’s not identical.
Only those who cough up the hefty registration fee will be able to access the session, so no chance of free-riding this time around (the APA’s decision, definitely not ours; the APA is both pragmatically and morally confused about the costs and benefits of allowing free-riding at its conferences, but that’s another story). But there’s a substantial student discount, verb. sap. Anyway, here’s the schedule info:
Molinari Society symposium:
Radical Rights Theory
G2A. Monday, 5 April 2021, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Pacific time
Roderick T. Long (Auburn University)
Jesse Spafford (The Graduate Center, CUNY), “You Own Yourself and Nothing Else: A Radical Left-Libertarian Solution to the Self-Ownership Thesis’ Pollution Problem”
Jason Lee Byas (University of Michigan), “Stolen Bikes & Broken Bones: Restitution as Defense”
Zachary Woodman (Eastern Michigan University), “Moral Restrictions on Property Rights”
Cory Massimino (Center for a Stateless Society), “Two Cheers for Rothbardianism”
Roderick T. Long (Auburn University), “How to Have Your No-Proviso Lockeanism and Eat It Too”
See the full schedule here.
I’ll be chairing the panel from the road, so let’s hope my motel’s wifi is up to the challenge. Still, can’t be worse than the Eastern session, when my power actually went out in the middle of it.