In David Schmidtz & Carmen Pavel (eds.), Oxford Handbook on Freedom. Oxford University Press. pp. 124-40 (2018)

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David Sobel
Syracuse University
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I examine what the point of self-ownership might best be thought to be.
Keywords Self-Ownership  Libertarianism  Political Philosophy
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