Voluntaryism: The Non-Aggression Principle (NAP)

Voluntaryism: The Non-Aggression Principle (NAP)

An Introduction to the Non-Aggression Principle

An Introduction to the Non-Aggression Principle

Six Reasons Libertarians Should Reject the Non-Aggression Principle | Libertarianism.org

Six Reasons Libertarians Should Reject the Non-Aggression Principle | Libertarianism.org

The non-aggression principle (also called the non-aggression axiom, or the anti-coercion or zero aggression principle or non-initiation of force) is an ethical stance which asserts that "aggression" is inherently illegitimate. "Aggression" is defined as the "initiation" of physical force against persons or property, the threat of such, or fraud upon persons or their property. In contrast to pacifism, the non-aggression principle does not preclude violent self-defense.

The non-aggression principle (also called the non-aggression axiom, or the anti-coercion or zero aggression principle or non-initiation of force) is an ethical stance which asserts that "aggression" is inherently illegitimate. "Aggression" is defined as the "initiation" of physical force against persons or property, the threat of such, or fraud upon persons or their property. In contrast to pacifism, the non-aggression principle does not preclude violent self-defense.

The Non-Aggression Principle: Morality in a Nutshell

The Non-Aggression Principle: Morality in a Nutshell

Michael W. Dean's Gun Training with the Non-Aggression Principle, Vol. 1: Basic Handgun and Rifle [DVD] [English] [2012]

Michael W. Dean's Gun Training with the Non-Aggression Principle, Vol. 1: Basic Handgun and Rifle [DVD] [English] [2012]

Michael W. Dean's Gun Training with the Non-Aggression Principle, Vol. Basic Handgun and Rifle [DVD] [English]

Non Aggression Principle

Non Aggression Principle

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