Sunday, November 11, 2018

A Discussion About the Foundations of a Private Property Society with Matthew Sands

I originally thought my conversation with London-based Matthew Sands of "Nations of Sanity" about my book, Foundations of Private Property Society Theory: Anarchism for the Civilized Person, would be thirty minutes long. We eventually settled on "up to one hour." Once we got going, we couldn't stop. The below interview is 2 hours long.

For those of you who don't have two hours, I suggest you just click around the interview. It is pretty consistent throughout and because Matthew's leaning is philosophical, we cover a lot of turf here that hasn't been covered elsewhere.





  1. Hey Robert,
    So far, I am enjoying this discourse. BUT... As a nomad, I treasure the ownership of my movable private property i.e. my boat.

  2. In your case, we would have to start thinking of passageways on waterways including oceans. When you come to dock, I see no reason why the docking area shouldn't be considered private property and with rules set by the owner of the docking area.

    Thanks for the question onthe very deep (water) stretches of PPS

  3. Excellent. Maybe the Brit’s will beat us to it.