Note: This person is not affiliated with the website and is not responsible for any content on the website. Information about this person on the website was constructed from publicly available information and was not written by the person. Philosopher Michael Huemer has argued that there is a prime facie presumption of a right to … Continue reading Michael Huemer
The case for open borders should first and foremost hinge on moral arguments surrounding the permissibility of migration control.
The wild-eyed predictions of open borders optimists will come true. But the forebodings of pessimists will also prove justified.
Allow people to control their destiny. Choose policies that look good behind a Rawlsian veil. Respect the presumption against coercion.
Donald Trump’s remarks about high illegal immigrant crime rates are factually mistaken. But even if overall crime rates were to rise sharply under open borders, this would not annul the moral imperative for open borders.