Що таке "лібертаріанство"

Stephan Kinsella, “What Libertarianism Is”, public translation into Ukrainian from English More about this translation.

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If … an action is performed that uninvitedly invades or changes the physical integrity of another person's body and puts this body to a use that is not to this very person's own liking, this action … is called aggression … Next to the concept of action, property is the most basic category in the social sciences. As a matter of fact, all other concepts to be introduced in this chapter — aggression, contract, capitalism and socialism — are definable in terms of property: aggression being aggression against property, contract being a nonaggressive relationship between property owners, socialism being an institutionalized policy of aggression against property, and capitalism being an institutionalized policy of the recognition of property and contractualism.

Hoppe, A Theory of Socialism and Capitalism, pp. 12, 7.

[10] See Stephan Kinsella, "A Libertarian Theory of Punishment and Rights,"Download PDF Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 30 (1997): 607–45; idem, "Punishment and Proportionality: The Estoppel Approach,"Download PDF Journal of Libertarian Studies 12, no. 1 (Spring 1996): 51–73.

[11] The following terms and formulations may be considered as roughly synonymous, depending on context: aggression; initiation of force; trespass; invasion; unconsented to (or uninvited) change in the physical integrity (or use, control or possession) of another person's body or property.

[12] "Prima facie," because some rights in one's body are arguably forfeited or lost in certain circumstances, e.g., when one commits a crime, thus authorizing the victim to at least use defensive force against the body of the aggressor (implying the aggressor is to that extent not the owner of his body). For more on this see Kinsella, "A Libertarian Theory of Contract,"Download PDF pp. 11–37; idem, "Inalienability and Punishment: A Reply to George Smith,"Download PDF 14, no. 1 Journal of Libertarian Studies (Winter 1998–99): 79–93; and idem, "Knowledge, Calculation, Conflict, and Law,"Download PDF Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics 2, no. 4 (Winter 1999): n. 32.

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