New Libertarian E-Journal
By Peter Klein • Thursday January 22, 2009 7:07 AM PDT • 1 Comment
It’s Libertarian Papers, edited by Stephan Kinsella:
Welcome to a new type of libertarian publication: fast, scholarly, accessible to all. Libertarian Papers is a peer reviewed, exclusively online interdisciplinary journal. We welcome contributions on any suitable topic of libertarian scholarship, including philosophy, economics, legal theory, political science, history, and social/cultural analysis and philosophy.
Libertarian Papers seeks to provide an outlet for scholars working in the libertarian tradition who are interested in (a) much shorter time to publication; (b) no arbitrary space limits; (c) no arbitrary or tedious citation style requirements; (d) easy, online access to their work; and (e) no exclusivity and minimal copyright restrictions, to foster sharing and republication of their work.
The first paper is up, Jan Narveson’s “Present Payments, Past Wrongs: Correcting Loose Talk about Nozick and Rectification.” Check it out.