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6. Justice, Rights, and Consequences

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06/29/2006Roderick T. Long

Now we go from ethics to liberty. Justice, narrowly, is a legitimately enforceable claim. What is the consideration between justice, rights and utility? Justice seems more rule-oriented than rights. Libertarian rights theory can consider consequences.

The sixth of ten lectures from the Foundations of Libertarian Ethics seminar with Roderick T. Long.

Justice, Rights, and Consequences | Roderick T. Long


Contact Roderick T. Long

Roderick T. Long is a senior fellow of the Mises Institute and a professor of philosophy at Auburn University. He runs the Molinari Institute and Molinari Society. His website is

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