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    Roderick T. Long, Liberty: The Other Equality + Reason and Value : Aristotle versus Rand

    Message par Johnathan R. Razorback le Lun 4 Jan - 21:49

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roderick_T._Long

    https://www.wikiberal.org/wiki/Roderick_T._Long

    http://www.panarchy.org/rodericklong/libertyequality.html

    "This form of equality goes well beyond mere equality before the law. If the rulers of a state require that everyone worship Shiva, then in some sense they are treating all the citizens equally (assuming they also worship Shiva themselves); but they are nevertheless not respecting equality in authority, because they are arrogating to themselves, and denying to others, the authority to decide whether Shiva will be worshipped. Rather than merely requiring the equal application of the laws, equality in the libertarian sense places restrictions on the content of those laws as well, ruling out forcible subordination of any kind. This point of view is entirely consistent with the legitimate defensive use of force; such force restores equality in authority rather than violating it. But any initiatory use of force involves treating other people as though they were “made for one another’s uses,” and so is forbidden as an affront to human equality. Those who see only two forms that equality can take—substantive socioeconomic equality and formal equality before the law—have neglected the possibility of libertarian equality, which is substantive but not socioeconomic."

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roderick_T._Long

    https://atlassociety.org/sites/default/files/Reason_Value.pdf



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