Self-ownership in eudaimonist dress

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February 7, 2012
Bleeding Heart Libertarians
by Kevin Vallier  
Posted in Commentary

"Like any good eudaimonist, I believe that practical reasons prescribed by the virtues are united and structured by eudaimonia as the final end for persons. I also believe that the content of the virtues cannot be determined independently of one another, so I accept a weak version of the unity of the virtues thesis, just like Roderick. However, I believe that the content of the virtue of justice is best specified by a contractualist principle rather than the self-ownership principle." (01/06/12)  
  • MamaLiberty

    One must own their life in order to meaningfully enter into a contract. No soap, Kevin.

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