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Lecture 9

Lecture 9 - Objections to Locke
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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHI2183
Professor
Daniel Kofman
Semester
Winter

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Feb. 4, 2014 Locke on Property • Right-based argument – all rights imply correlative duties on other than the right-holder not to infringe/violate/obstruct the relevant interest. • Appropriation in commons: mixing labor • I own myself (my body). Therefore, I own my labor. Therefore, I own whatever I mix my labor with. • I also own whatever is given to me consensually by a rightful owner (consensual transfer) Justification of Enclosure of the Commons Lockean proviso: must leave enough and as good for others. • Plausible arguable stems from effort-based claim But other elements: need and improvement (uti
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