Is there a moral obligation in Libertarianism for an individual to make sacrifices to preserve the rights of others? What do different branches think?
This might be kind of a “noob” question for someone learning about Libertarian philosophy, but this has been a question I’ve had for a while. The question is as the title states: is there a moral obligation in Libertarianism for an individual to act against their interests to preserve the rights of others? If so, by what means and to what extent should this obligation be enforced? I figure different branches of libertarian philosophy (objectivism, minarchism, anarcism, etc.) would have different thoughts on the question so I’d like to hear from some different viewpoints so I can get a feel for the different ideas being discussed here
Article from r/Libertarian: For a Free Society