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  2. Robert Nozick - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

    Robert Nozick (Nueva York, 16 de noviembre de 1938-22 de enero de 2002) fue un filósofo y profesor de la Universidad de Harvard. También enseñó en Columbia , Oxford y Princeton . Hizo contribuciones en diferentes áreas de la filosofía: teoría de la decisión , epistemología y, particularmente, filosofía política .

  3. Robert Nozick - Wikipedia

    Robert Nozick (New York, 16 november 1938 – Cambridge (Massachusetts), 23 januari 2002) was een Joods-Amerikaans filosoof en Joseph Pellegrino University Professor aan Harvard-universiteit. Zijn boek Anarchy, State and Utopia (1974) gaf een libertarisch antwoord op A Theory of Justice (1971) van John Rawls .

  4. Robert Nozick - The entitlement theory of justice | Britannica

    The entitlement theory of justice of Robert Nozick. Nozick’s vision of legitimate state power thus contrasts markedly with that of Rawls and his followers. Rawls argues that the state should have whatever powers are necessary to ensure that those citizens who are least well-off are as well-off as they can be (though these powers must be consistent with a variety of basic rights and freedoms).

  5. Distributive Justice - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

    Robert Nozick advanced this version of libertarianism (Nozick 1974), and is its best known contemporary advocate. Nozick proposes a 3-part “Entitlement Theory”. If the world were wholly just, the following definition would exhaustively cover the subject of justice in holdings:

  6. Instrumental and value rationality - Wikipedia

    Nozick's assertion of a value rational human right to pursue individual utility resulted in the same double paradox as Rawls’s institution of justice as fairness. He admitted that it was not rationally persuasive — "most people I know and respect disagree with me" [6] : x — but continued to believe that both instrumental and value ...

  7. Gettier problem - Wikipedia

    Fred Dretske's conclusive reasons and Robert Nozick's truth-tracking. Fred Dretske developed an account of knowledge which he called "conclusive reasons", revived by Robert Nozick as what he called the subjunctive or truth-tracking account. Nozick's formulation posits that proposition p is an instance of knowledge when: p is true

  8. Ptolemy, Latin in full Claudius Ptolemaeus, (born c. 100 ce—died c. 170 ce), an Egyptian astronomer, mathematician, and geographer of Greek descent who flourished in Alexandria during the 2nd century ce. In several fields his writings represent the culminating achievement of Greco-Roman science, particularly his geocentric (Earth-centred) model of the universe now known as the Ptolemaic ...

  9. ロバート・ノージック - Wikipediaロバート・ノージック

    Robert Nozick 1977 ロバート・ノージック (Robert Nozick、 1938年 11月16日 - 2002年 1月23日 )は、 アメリカ合衆国 の 哲学者 。 ハーバード大学 哲学 教授 。

  10. Libertarianism - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

    Consider the view, made famous (or infamous) by Robert Nozick (1974), that people have a right against being forced to assist others, except as a result of their agreement or wrongdoing. Such a view rules out redistributive taxation aimed at reducing material inequality or raising the standards of living for the poor.

  11. Features of Nozick's Account - The Social Contract Tradition ...

    Nozick's going to say no, think about what would happen, knowing what we know about people and knowing what we know about various things, importantly, he's going to say knowing what we know about power. so, it's a hypothetical account with some differences from Rawls'. It's an invisible hand account.