One note I took from early in this volume: Natural Law is the object of science. If natural law does not exist, science is pointless.
Ethics in Aristotle’s and Rothbard’s minds consists of the natural laws of health. For Aristotle the health of the state is the standard of ethics. For Rothbard the health of the individual is the standard.
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