As you may have noticed, there was a short debate between myself and Clayton from the Voluntaryist Reader. Here is an overview of the debate, so you can find all the links in the same place:
1. My original entry, where I give four reasons why voluntaryism is wrong.
2. Clayton’s response to my entry, where he contends that my definition of voluntaryism is inadequate and asks me to prove some of my claims.
3. My reply, where I use the classification of power by Galbraith to clarify my definition, and point out a number of confusions in his reply.
4. Clayton’s round two takes a stance against my support of force.
5. And finally my round two, where I continue my analysis of the issues presented and lob a few questions of my own.
Since there was no further reply by Clayton, I assume the debate has ended.