26 - Hospers HW: Nozick to p. 164 10/26/2007 4:01:00 PM...

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Hospers  26/10/2007 16:01:00 HW: Nozick to p. 164 What justifies Hosper’s claim that we have an unlimited property right,  understood in such a way that it is violated by BOTH taxation (with or without  representations) and regulation of economic activity? Very little is said, much of it fallacious or inconclusive. o Basically he emphasizes the IMPORTANCE of property These passages do support a  right to property, but his ? Don’t  even address whether the property right should be so  unrestricted. These passages  could  be used as premises in an argument for  a positive  right to property – an entitlement TO sufficient means  to maintain one’s life and exercise one’s liberty. Hospers has strands of rhetorical questions possibly as to dodge  counterpoints. Government
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course PHIL 3371 taught by Professor Hiltz during the Fall '07 term at SMU.

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26 - Hospers HW: Nozick to p. 164 10/26/2007 4:01:00 PM...

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