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International Journal of Applied Philosophy

Volume 25, Issue 2, Fall 2011

Allan Gibbard
Pages 249-258
DOI: 10.5840/ijap201125223

Narveson on Liberty and Equality

At issue with Narveson is not the independence of persons, but an extreme form of ownership. Many people could be more independent with ownership of a moderate kind. All Narveson’s arguments depend on presupposing that extreme ownership has a special moral status.

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