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MAR 03 - Friedman Monday, March 03, 2008 4:03 PM Friedman's Choice- based Libertarianism Liberty as non-interference by others Negative liberty: non-interference by others with action and conduct Choice-based liberty: non-interference by other in limiting my choices Fundamental right to liberty (Ch. 2) Any restriction on choice must meet a high standard of justification Content of the right can be specified in terms of acceptable reasons for restricting  liberty 1. Permissible to restrict choice to help protect liberty overall  (Criminal law,  property law - Friedman pp 25-27) 2. Permissible to restrict choice to promote general welfare  but only when  benefit is large and alternative means unlikely to succeed (pp. 27-32) 3. Paternalism permissible only for those who are unable to provide  reasonable guidance for themselves (pp. 33-34) 4. NOT permissible to restrict choice to promote EQUALITY
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course LS 107 taught by Professor Song during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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