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an ideological belief in freedom of thought and speech

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However, unlike the common law case, there is no recognition of a crime of conspiracy under libertarian theory unless the agreement is for an underlying primary crime.
Jasay's fairly typical libertarian theory of distributive justice holds that the only principles that matter in such talk are private property and free exchange, and that any distribution resulting from people following those rules is ipso facto moral and/or just.
A Libertarian Theory of Contract: Title Transfer, Binding Promises, and Inalienability," Journal of Libertarian Studies 17, no.
1 (Winter 1986): 51-62; Jan Krepelka, "A Pure Libertarian Theory of Immigration," Journal of Libertarian Studies 22, no.
Lowe's interest is ultimately in providing a libertarian theory of free action.
This principle is associated with libertarian theory (Nozick), which could be used to address concerns about government interference.
Because of these virtues, I strongly recommend this short work not merely as an introduction to Nozick's political philosophy, but also and more generally as an introduction to rights-oriented libertarian theory.
Indeed, if there were a contest as to what work of libertarian theory runs the most pages before acknowledging the existence of legislatures and of legislation, Barnett's book might win: legislation is not mentioned until page 124.
22) On the basis of highly speculative knowledge claims, Barnett's libertarian theory of justice requires that we abandon a basic element of our conception of justice, namely, that criminals deserve punishment.
Libertarian theory does not directly respond to the challenge of the rising number of uninsured.
38) The crucial importance of the prior-later distinction to libertarian theory is the reason Professor Hoppe repeatedly emphasizes it in his writing.
Palmer's admirably interdisciplinary Realizing Freedom: Libertarian Theory, History, and Practice, and Scott Gerber reviews David E.
It is admittedly unrealistic to expect the general public to appreciate all the ins and outs of every sophisticated application of libertarian theory.
Seavey's libertarian can have no complaint, qua libertarian, so long as property rights, conceived along the lines of a certain kind of idiosyncratic libertarian theory, are observed.
Realizing freedom; libertarian theory, history, and practice.
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