Hmmm, I think these are mostly arguments against marriage, not about getting the state out of it. Richard ... From: Bruce Hobbs To:Message 1 of 44 , Jul 1, 2008View SourceHmmm, I think these are mostly arguments against marriage, not about getting the state out of it.Richard----- Original Message -----From: Bruce HobbsSent: Monday, June 30, 2008 11:05 PMSubject: Re: [LeftLibertarian2] marriage query (follow-up)
I'm not sure this meets the specified criteria, but in "Victoria Claflin
Woodhull -- the 1st woman who aspired to be President" Wendy wrote
<http://www.wendymce lroy.com/ e107_plugins/ content/content. php?content. 122>:
"Woodhull is rightfully identified as an advocate of free love. That is,
she believed the State had no place in regulating the private sexual
arrangements between consenting adults. Such matters as marriage, divorce,
and the recognition of illegitimate children should be left to the
consciences of those involved. The specific arrangements should be a matter
of consent and contract, not of regulatory law."
... IMLU, rapid changes in ocean chemistry, and the associated replacement of one fauna with another fauna, were part of Cuvier s then- conventionalMessage 44 of 44 , Jul 13, 2008View SourceOn Jul 10, 2008, at 5:50 PM, shawn wilbur wrote:
> Roderick wrote:IMLU, rapid changes in ocean chemistry, and the associated replacement
> >> Lemonade oceans would certainly be bad news
> >> for most life on the planet -- at least, for a little while.
> >I believe Fourier said only that it would be *like* lemonade.
> Presumably it would
> > be just different enough from lemonade to be harmless in the
> relevant respects.
> Right. It would taste like a particular kind of salty lemonade, and
> it would kill all the sea monsters, and all the non-useful fish.
of one fauna with another fauna, were part of Cuvier's then-
conventional catastrophist geology.