Philosophic Exchange 39 (1) (2009)

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Peter Vallentyne
University of Missouri, Columbia
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Left libertarianism is a theory of justice that is committed to full self-ownership and to an egalitarian sharing of the value of natural resources. It is, I shall suggest, a promising way of capturing the liberal egalitarian values of liberty, security, equality, and prosperity.
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