The right to personal liberty disallows paralyzing agency through imposed conduct but recognizes that the range of options legally available to agents may be restricted justifiably. p. 60
A person must enjoy an excess of an essential commodity before he can be obligated to distribute any of his allotment to others, lacking such an excess, his forgoing any part of his portion for the benefit of others would be superogatory. p. 68Abridgment of inalienable rights is sometimes permissible. p. 84
Inalienable rights are rights that moral systems must recognize in order not to be self-defeating and self-rescinding. They are rights that individuals need in order to conduct themselves morally... p. 121
If there are any inalienable environmental rights, they would most likely be person's rights to a habitable environment, however they may be achieved, not animals' rights to noninterference. p. 138
Year Read: 1995
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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