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Lecture 4

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Philosophy
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PHIL 1010
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Karyn Freedman

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Philosophy    th Jan.30 .2012 Libertarianism  ­Ambition­sensitive­(sensitive to ones efforts) Rawls’ theory is  ambition­sensitive enough  ­Endowment insensitive­ just because your better at something  doesn’t mean you deserve more  Libertarian view: the free market is inherently just, and  redistributive taxation is inherently wrong, a violation of peoples  rights. People have a right to dispose freely of their goods and services,  and they have this right whether or not it is the best way to ensure  productivity. Cana utilitarian favor a free market economy? ­Inherent­ something which is good in and of itself  ­Instrumental­something which is good for what it gets you, good  for a means to the end  Robert Nozick’s Entitlement Theory ­If we assume that each person is entit
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