The indeterminacy of political philosophy

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September 18, 2011
The Moral Sciences Club
by Will Wilkinson  
Posted in Commentary

"It seems to me that every conception of freedom or liberty when stated in broad outlines is relatively indeterminate. In order to arrive at a recognizably 'libertarian' version of a conception of freedom requires filling out the conception in not-at-all obvious ways. This is true even of the classic libertarian conception of liberty as non-coercion." (09/15/11)  

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