Libertarian Papers 10 (2018)

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Libertarians have long been divided over how best to interpret the Lockean proviso, which requires that one leave “enough and as good” in common for others after one’s appropriation. This article sheds light on this exegetical question in relation to its qualitative part through a contextual analysis of Locke’s often neglected writings on …
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Two Treatises of Government.John Locke - 1988 - Cambridge University Press.
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