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Peter Vallentyne “Left Libertarianism: A Primer”

One of the central differences between “left” and “right” libertarianism is the status of natural resources and land.  What justification can be given for, and what restrictions placed upon, original acquisition?  This book chapter is a nice overview of left … Continue reading

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David Hume

In this reading Hume argues that utility is the sole origin and moral foundation of justice. His argument here follows from his contention that justice exists because of our limited benevolence in a world of limited scarcity.  In this reading … Continue reading

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