Any entrepreneur who succeeds in reducing costs faced by a laborer who suffers from a disability can earn a profit.
To provide benefits under the umbrella of social justice, the government will have to violate individuals’ rights to themselves and their property.
What should we do about the fact that some people are able to earn more money than others? Should government redress the resulting disparities in income? The answer is often believed to hinge upon our conclusion about the role of luck in affecting income-earning abilities. Those on the political left emphasize factors beyond the individual’s […]
My thesis is simple: If you want to square libertarianism with social justice, John Rawls’ A Theory of Justice is probably not a book you should reach for.
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Zwolinski examines William Graham Sumner’s critique of “social justice.”