Self-ownership and teeth-ownership in China: A lesson for confused libertarians

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January 26, 2012
The Libertarian Standard
by Stephan Kinsella  
Posted in Commentary

"I am always surprised when libertarians, of all people, deny the validity of self-ownership. It just means one owns one’s body. As Hoppe writes, 'Every person is the private (exclusive) owner of his own physical body.' And as I have written previously, 'each person is prima facie the owner of his own body.' Why prima facie? Because, as noted above, these rights can be alienated or forfeited by committing aggression." (01/26/12)  


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