Definition of Libertarianism

1. Noun. An ideological belief in freedom of thought and speech.




Definition of Libertarianism

1. n. Libertarian principles or doctrines.

Definition of Libertarianism

1. Noun. A political philosophy maintaining that all persons are the absolute owners of their own lives, and should be free to do whatever they wish with their persons or property, provided they allow others the same liberty ¹

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Definition of Libertarianism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Libertarianism

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Literary usage of Libertarianism

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1. On the Right Lines: The Next Centre-right in the British Isles by Perri 6 (1998)
"I do not mean to suggest that libertarianism was or is a mere figleaf over a basic ... Nevertheless, the ambitions of libertarianism for the radical ..."

2. Self-realization; an Outline of Ethics by Henry Wilkes Wright (1913)
"libertarianism.—8. Determinism.—9. Freedom as Self-Determination.—10. Objections to This View. 1. The Good as Self-Realization.—The nature of volition has ..."

3. Liberty And Justice by Tibor R. Machan (2006)
"Another possible response to Okin is to offer a noncon- tractarian foundation for libertarianism, such as a utilitarian, Aristotelian foundation. ..."

4. Humanism; Philosophical Essays: Philosophical Essays by Ferdinand Canning Scott Schiller (1912)
"Nobody, therefore, could possibly be a Libertarian, if this were what libertarianism meant. Probably, therefore, the Determinists have merely caricatured ..."

5. A Manual of Psychology by George Frederick Stout (1915)
"We have only thrown doubt on a certain theory of the nature of such freedom—the theory which goes by the name of libertarianism, or of contingent choice. ..."

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