Libertarianism: Some Central Aspects
Den Uyl, Douglas John
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As this title indicates, this work is on some central aspects of Libertarianism. I regret that in large part this work represents my own contacts and interests regarding the Libertarian movement. I have not dealt adequately with the "classical liberal" wing of the movement nor with the religious Libertarians. Some of my reasons for doing so are stated in the introduction. My basic reason, however, is due to a basic assumption which I held: that Ayn Rand has had the most important influence in the modern day movement. I am incapable of supporting this assumption in any concrete way and it is based only on my impressions in dealing with other Libertarians. Yet this work is not an exposition of Miss Rand's view of Libertarianism, but it is rather my view of the position held by those influenced by her.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.