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Sunday, June 26, 2005

Libertarian Theories of Law

The Legal Theory Blog has an interesting post titled "Legal Theory Lexicon: Libertarian Theories of Law." An excerpt:

"The libertarian tradition of social, political, and legal thought is rich and varied, no brief summary can do it justice. So the usual caveats apply. This is a brief introduction to libertarian thought with an emphasis on its role in normative legal theory. Debates about the true meaning of the term “libertarian” will largely be ignored, and will disputes over the advantages of “liberalism,” “classical liberalism,” and “libertarianism” as the best label for libertarian ideas. Enough with the caveats, here we go!"