[ExI] Driverless cars for law enforcement
connor_flexman at brown.edu
Wed Feb 25 21:57:09 UTC 2015
On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 11:25 AM, William Flynn Wallace <foozler83 at gmail.com
> Reply to all - Yes, I am a libertarian in the John Stuart Mill sense - my
> right to swing my fist stops where your nose starts. If it takes a
> government to stop that, then fine. I have no right to endanger others.
> Yes, speeding is not always dangerous - I should know. But what about the
> effect on other people if I crash and hurt or kill myself? No man is an
You say you believe in "your right to swing your fist stops where another's
nose starts," but then acknowledge that basically all actions have utility
consequences for others and are not restricted to yourself. I agree with
that principle fully, and think many ignore it far too often, but I'm
pretty sure it's the libertarians who ignore it and you're basically at the
opposite end here.
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