Anarchy, state, and utopia

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Basic Books, 1974 - Philosophy - 367 pages
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Don't agree with anything he says - but it is well written and gives one insight into the political approach of the elite - demonstrates the thinking lying behind the libertarian approach of those following Thatcher. Caused the death of socialism in my mind. Read full review

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Sure, Nozick is godlessly libertarian and his thought experiment to generate a minimal state out of anarchist criteria fails; however, his response to Rawls' Theory of Justice is fascinating and instructive, especially when looking at issues of reparations to indigenous peoples. Read full review

Contents

The State of Nature
10
Moral Constraints and the State
26
THEORY
45
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