Wolff, J; (1997) Freedom, liberty, and property. Critical Review , 11 (3) 345 - 357.
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If one values freedom, what sort of regime of property should one favor: libertarianism, socialism, or something else again? Debate on this topic has been hampered by a failure to distinguish freedom and liberty, which are both of great value, but can come into conflict. Furthermore there are many similar concepts - distinct from both liberty and freedom, yet each representing something we rightly value - which may also come into conflict with each other and with freedom and liberty. Consequently the question posed above has no easy answer. © 1997 Critical Review Foundation.
|Title:||Freedom, liberty, and property|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Arts and Humanities > Philosophy|
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