Essay: Beggar-thy-Unfortunate – Libertarianism’s Historical Bias Against the Unlucky

Written by R. Kumaran, Illustrated by June Ming Introduction In this essay, I will make the case that Robert Nozick’s historical account of Distributive Justice is insufficient as it would marginalise those that have been at the receiving end of unjust distributions solely due to their natural bad luck. I define natural bad luck in … Continue reading Essay: Beggar-thy-Unfortunate – Libertarianism’s Historical Bias Against the Unlucky

Longform: A Defence of the Right to Marriage for Same-Sex Couples

Written by Marcus Teo, Artwork by Hoo Yan Han In the present work, I provide a defence of same-sex marriage. To these ends, I invoke two concepts to justify the right to marriage for same-sex couples: 1) the non-interference condition of liberty, and 2) the maximization of wellbeing. Given that both concepts are justifications for … Continue reading Longform: A Defence of the Right to Marriage for Same-Sex Couples