Pros And Cons Of Libertarianism

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The libertarian argument is deontological, which means that there is a duty to help others. In the Libertarianist case it is the duty to protect the right to private property, the rights to live, to freedom and or liberty. The only rule that goes with the rights and that stops a libertarionist from taking them to an extreme is the obligation to respect the same rights of others and he may not conflict with them pursuing his own.
Libertarianism (Latin: liber, “free” and in French: liberte,”freedom”) is a political philosophy that supports the freedom of an individual in a system. This means that Liberationists strive to increase autonomy, which means that an individual is able to think rationally and make rational decision for themselves, and are also in support of the free market.Free market suggests a market free of government interventions and restrictions.
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(Anon., 2013)
Libertarians also have a non-interference right to life. This does not describe the right to receive help from others but not get be bodily or psychologically harmed by others. (Mill, 2014)
An Expected response of a libertarianist also depends on how the question is formulated. Assuming that the question is simply stated as :” Is the income inequality in contemporary South Africa morally wrong?”
Based on the beliefs and rights stated above and expected answer would be:
P1:Libertarianism offers the most universal of systems and development of variety in the community
P2: within the libertarian system people have equal

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