Libertarianism without Inequality

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Index
acquisition, see property
adjudication, see disputes
age, see majority, age of
Amish 120n.
anarchists 90
anarchy 139-40
Anscombe, G. E. M. 93 n. 19
Aquinas, St Thomas 141 n. 20
Arneson, Richard 25 n. 39 , 27 n. 43 , 110 n. 52 , 112 n. 55 , 115 n. 3
authority, see legitimacy
autonomy 34 , 57 , 99 , 105 , 108 , 126 , 131
Barry, Brian 4 n. 9 , 15 n. 14
basic needs, see needs
Beitz, Charles 96 n. 25 , 99n.
beliefs, moral relevance of 145-6
bequests 31 , 36-9 , 121n.
Bill of Rights 132-3 , 136 , 146 n. 28
blameworthiness 67 , 79-80 , 119
Bodin, Jean 141 n. 20
borders 128 , 143
cases, see examples
Christiano, Thomas 108 n. 50
Christman, John 16 n. 19
closed, see society
Cohen, G.A. 2 n. 4 , 24 n. 35 , 25 n. 39 , 26 n. 40 , 27 , 115 n. 3 , 142n.
on self-ownership, world-ownership, and equality 11 , 12 n. 7 , 13 n. 8 , 15 n. 14 , 17 n. 21 , 20 n. 26 , 21n. , 23 n. 32 , 30-5
coherentism 5
collectivisation 118
collectivism 141-3
colonialism 142
common/corporate land 117-18
common good 123
communitarianism 121see also collectivism
confederations 105 , 107 , 129-30
legitimacy of 108-9
conflict, see disputes
consent:
adequacy of diversity for choice 104-7
by boundary crossing 116-17
and equality 98-101
express 90
free and unfree 96-8
free, rational, and informed 90 , 115 , 120-5 , 127-8 , 130
inferring when consent is given 107
Madisonian/by non-repeal 143-6
necessary and sufficient for legitimacy 137 , 149
performative not cognitive 90 n. 3
revocability 90 n. 8 , 123 n. 15
tacit 91-3 , 103-4 , 146-50
transference of rights 90 n. 3 , 119-20
voluntary/willing 106-7see also legitimacy
consequentialism 139-41
constitutions 136 , 138 , 140see also examples, Britain etc.
contractualism:
actual versus hypothetical 4 , 128
Kantian/Scanlonian 4-6
Rawlsian 5 , 114 , 127-31
cultures 113n. , 121
Dahl, Robert 133 n. 4
Davis, Nancy 67 n. 4
dead, binding the living 132-50
decentralisation 105 , 107
democracy 133 , 146
direct or representative 133 n. 3 , 140 , 142 , 147 , 149
imperfect 135
super-majority 133
disputes 93 , 94 n. 23 , 108-13
dissent 145
duty, of assistance in enforcing laws and of non-interference 119
Dworkin, Ronald 15 n. 17 , 25 n. 38 , 26 , 42 n. 2 , 111 n. 53 , 115 n. 3 , 126 n. 27
education 120-1
egalitarianism 3 , 11-12 , 15 , 21 , 30 , 35 , 118
liberal, see liberal egalitarianism
moral equals 58 , 126
opportunity for welfare 25-9 , 41 , 101-3
taxation of the unjust 43-50
welfarist versus resource-based 25 , 109see also egalitarian proviso
egalitarian proviso 24-5 , 27-35 , 109 , 111 , 118 , 126-7
defined 24 , 27-8
consuming and destroying resources 36-9
across generations 35-9 , 98-9

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