Political creed of many militia members, advocating the absolute minimum of government regulation along with a society ruled by a laissez-faire free market.
the thesis that we do have metaphysical freedom; a rejection of determinism
also known as classical liberalism; an ideology favoring limited government in both economic and social spheres.
In the American context, an ideology that consistently opposes government intervention in economic affairs and favors expansion of personal freedoms.
The view that governments role should be minimal, rarely interfering in the personal lives of private citizens.
an ideological belief in freedom of thought and speech
Philosophical perspective based on the premise that the legitimate sphere of government does not extend beyond the protection of individuals from harming one another.
Political system where laws are bounded by natural rights. Tyranny of reality. The optimal system of government. The economical state of a libertarian system is called capitalism.
A political philosophy that proclaims love of freedom and eschews force of any kind, yet claims significant numbers of Birthist Abortionites as adherents. Its basic flaw is that it is not based on love of neighbor but apathy toward neighbor and love only of self. See also FREEDOM.