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    Rawlsian Vs Libertarian

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    "There is nothing to take a man 's freedom away from him, save other men. To be free, a man must be free of his brothers. That is freedom. That and nothing else." (Anthem). There are many different definitions of freedom and freedom means different things to every individual person. For that reason, I think that is why there are different groups, such as the Libertarian’s and Rawlsian. Both of these groups have principles that relate to freedom, but just like every individual they have the different looks on how freedom should be dispersed. After reading the chapters about Libertarians and Rawlsian, I am able to see where the two groups have their differences about freedom. Libertarians believe that individuals should have the choice of freedom.…

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    555). And was officially formed on December 11, 1971, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Libertarians have a unique stand on their policies and at the same time their policies are broad enough to get the public support, they are not the traditional left or right, but they have a unique stand where they are for total individual liberties like pro-drug legalization, pro-choice, pro-gay marriage, pro-home schooling, pro-gun rights, etc. And at the same time there are for total economic freedom…

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    Ayn Rand is also noted for her contributions to libertarian philosophy. She is seen as the most influential figure to those who have adopted libertarian styled thinking. Her famous work The Fountainhead is an allegory of one of the larges libertarian ideas. As libertarians, the belief that you are under complete ownership of yourself is a hallmark. There should not be any reason in the world that you are compelled to sacrifice your time unless you are compelled to do so. Consequent to this…

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    Libertarian Party

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    The Libertarian Party highly values liberty, and idealizes a world where every individual makes his or her own choices for themselves. They have elected Gary Johnson as president and William Weld as vice president. The national debt, war on drugs, and civil liberties are three main issues to the candidate. Gary Johnson strongly believes that excessive spending by the government is one of the greatest threats to national security, legalizing marijuana would create a safer society and an…

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    In this essay I will be talking about the Utilitarian and Libertarian on the taxation issue I will do that by giving both definitions of Utilitarian and Libertarian, and give their views on taxation then argue against the one I believe that it not just then argue in support of the one I believe it’s just. Utilitarianism is a belief that the right course of action is the one that will produce the greatest happiness of the greatest number of people, it could be said that it’s to maximise the…

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    the war.” Many libertarians believe in an isolationism unless the country is provoked into an attack. This why they differ from the conservative approach to foreign policy and leaves people to believe that libertarians tend to be more liberal on foreign policy. Many people believe that libertarians are “two-faced” in politics which is why people see libertarians as secret liberals or conservatives. When a libertarian advocates for the legalization of marijuana or same-sex marriage,…

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    Libertarians, believe that while they're unequivocally responsible for any evils they may inflict on others, regardless of what the cercumstances my be that they owe those people compenstation. However, They also allege that there is no conceivable argument that we owe something, as matter of general duty to those whom we have not wronged. A good generalization of Libertarians is that they 'would go as far as abolishing the state welfair scheames helping to house, feed, provied insurance…

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    There are those who believe a legitimate marriage is between a man and a women, while others believe marriage is a symbolic gesture, void of religious connotations, between people who love each other, regardless of sex. Conflict is inevitable in a society with such contrasting opinions on contentious social issues. Libertarianism, as a political framework, would be the best choice in keeping conflict at a minimum. Granted, disagreement will still be had among friends, family, and acquaintances,…

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    In Requiem for the American Dream, Noam Chomsky describes the vicious cycle of how concentration of wealth supplies concentration of power, and the political power turns into legislation which concentrates more wealth, and so on, and so on. Chomsky talks about how people will never be able to reach the American Dream. People will never reach the American Dream because of what Chomsky stated in his documentary, which is because of the wealth of nations, the attack on solidarity, and marginalize…

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    Liberty And Equality

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    They argue in favour of the right to life and the right to property. However, in the libertarian view the right to life does not refer to a right to receive goods and resources from others in order to preserve one 's live, but simply the right not to have one 's live interfered with or ended by other individual. The same applies to the libertarian 's right to property. It is the right not to be interfered with regarding goods and resources acquired legitimately, and not the right to receive…

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