What is freedom of competition?

Under capitalism, free-competition means freedom from the initiation of physical force. Freedom of competition is the freedom to produce by one’s efforts (and in conjunction with the voluntary efforts of others), and the freedom to trade what one has produced, for...

Are competition and cooperation opposites?

Contrary to those who prattle “competition versus cooperation,” capitalism is the only system where voluntary cooperation can exist, as it banishes the initiation of physical force from all relationships, making all exchanges voluntary. Contrast this with the...