Continuing on through this video series on Classical Liberalism which is actually one of the major schools of though in Libertarianism. Now we hit the Natural Rights School. 484 more words
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The Libertarian Argument. This is just the introduction to my analysis which is forthcoming. Stay tuned.
“Why may not one violate persons for the greater social good? Individually we each sometimes choose to undergo some pain or sacrifice for a greater benefit or to avoid a greater harm: we go to the dentist to avoid worse suffering; we do some unpleasant work for the results; some persons diet to improve their health or looks; some save money to support themselves when they are older. 2,502 more words
Nozick believes in the idea of a “Minimal State.” It is something more than Anarchy, but less than the modern State. Sounding like a Randian Objectivist, he contends that the best State should be “ 1,212 more words