Host of "Freedomain Radio," billed as "the largest and most popular philosophy show"

Reference

Stefan Molyneux - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Stefan Basil Molyneux (born 24 September 1966) is a blogger, essayist, author, and host of the Freedomain Radio series of podcasts, living in Mississauga, Canada. He has written numerous articles and smaller essays which have been published on libertarian websites such as LewRockwell.com, antiwar.com and Strike The Root, recorded over 1800 podcasts, produced over 500 videos, and written numerous books which are all self-published except for his first, which was published by Publish America. In 2006 Stefan Molyneux quit his previous job in the field of computer software and works full-time on Freedomain Radio, a philosophical community website which is funded through donations. ..."

Writings

Market Anarchism: Are You Guys Crazy, or Just Nuts?, 12 Jun 2006
"'Market anarchism' is a broad term referring to the theory that voluntary free market relationships can - and should - replace all existing coercive state relationships. It is derived from taking the principle of the non-initiation of force to its ultimate conclusion, and accepting that if using violence is wrong for one person, then it is wrong for every person."
Related Topic: Anarcho-Capitalism

Videos


An Introduction to Philosophy, Freedomain Radio, 21 Aug 2006
Part 1 of six-part, 14 video series; starts with various definitions of philosophy, then explores human capacity for error and compares how the senses are used to determine whether some proposition is valid (true) or not
Related Topic: Philosophy

An Introduction to Philosophy Part 2: Metaphysics, Freedomain Radio, 22 Aug 2006
Related Topic: Metaphysics

An Introduction to Philosophy Part 3: Epistemology 3, Freedomain Radio, 25 Aug 2006
Related Topic: Epistemology

An Introduction to Philosophy Part 5: Ethics 1, Freedomain Radio, 3 Sep 2006
Related Topic: Ethics

An Introduction to Philosophy Part 5: Ethics 5, Freedomain Radio, 8 Sep 2006
Related Topic: Ethics

An Introduction to Philosophy Part 5: Ethics Part 6, Freedomain Radio, 8 Sep 2006
Related Topic: Ethics

An Introduction To Philosophy Part 6: Politics 2, Freedomain Radio, 8 Sep 2006
Related Topic: Politics

Introduction To Philosophy 5: Ethics Part 3, Freedomain Radio, 7 Sep 2006
Related Topic: Ethics

Introduction To Philosophy 6: Politics 3, Freedomain Radio, 11 Sep 2006
Related Topic: Politics

Introduction To Philosophy Part 5: Ethics Part 4, Freedomain Radio, 7 Sep 2006
Related Topic: Ethics

Intro To Philosophy 5: Ethics Part 2, Freedomain Radio, 7 Sep 2006
Related Topic: Ethics

Intro To Philosophy 6: Politics 1, Freedomain Radio, 8 Sep 2006
Related Topic: Politics

Intro to Philosophy Part 3: Epistemology 2, Freedomain Radio, 24 Aug 2006
Related Topic: Epistemology

Intro to Philosophy Part 3: Epistemology Part 1, Freedomain Radio, 23 Aug 2006
Related Topic: Epistemology

Space Aliens from Luxemburg: A Horror Story, 14 Mar 2008
Related Topic: Iraq

Sympathy for the Minarchist..., 11 May 2009
Questions for minarchists set to the tune of the Rolling Stones' "Sympathy for the Devil"
Related Topic: Limited Government

The Empire Strikes Out: Debt, inflation and the end of the state, 23 Sep 2008
Analyses the U.S. economic crisis in the fall of 2008
Related Topic: United States

The Sunset of the State, 4 Aug 2010
"The central tenet of all systems of human morality is the nonaggression principle. We all learn it as children: don't hit, don't push, don't hurt, don't steal. We learn that violence and bullying and threats are wrong, immoral, and only make whatever problem you're trying to solve worse."