The Libertarian Heresy

In this showI explain why libertarianism, while notable for setting out to shrink bloated government and return things to their simplest level (subsidiarity), can be difficult to fit into the paradigm of Catholic social teaching. I offer clear examples of this, but also make clear that libertarianism is not all bad.

(Alternative link, via Vimeo.)


Matthew Olson is a student in the Diocese of Little Rock.

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2 comments on “The Libertarian Heresy
  1. […] “conservatives”, unfortunately, argue for this situation’s worsening with cries for libertarianism. What is the root of this? Relativism: just an easy way of saying that you can do whatever you […]

  2. […] have argued before that, in their fullest, libertarianism and Catholicism are incompatible — but to what degree are they […]

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