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  2. Robert Nozick - Wikipedia

    Robert Nozick ( / ˈnoʊzɪk /; November 16, 1938 – January 23, 2002) was an American philosopher. He held the Joseph Pellegrino University Professorship at Harvard University, [3] and was president of the American Philosophical Association.

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  3. Robert Nozick (1938—2002) A thinker with wide-ranging interests, Robert Nozick was one of the most important and influential political philosophers, along with John Rawls, in the Anglo-American analytic tradition.

  4. Robert Nozick | American philosopher | Britannica

    Robert Nozick, (born Nov. 16, 1938, Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.—died Jan. 23, 2002, Cambridge, Mass.), American philosopher, best known for his rigorous defense of libertarianism in his first major work, Anarchy, State, and Utopia (1974).

  5. Robert Nozick’s Political Philosophy (Stanford Encyclopedia ...

    Robert Nozick was born in Brooklyn in 1938 to a Russian Jewish immigrant family. He earned an undergraduate Philosophy degree from Columbia University in 1959 and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Princeton University in 1963. He taught for a couple of years at Princeton, Harvard, and Rockefeller Universities before moving permanently to Harvard in 1969.

  6. Philosopher Robert Nozick dies at 63 – Harvard Gazette

    Robert Nozick challenged professional thinkers to think harder. (Gazette file photo) University Professor Robert Nozick, one of the late 20th century’s most influential thinkers, died on the morning of Jan. 23 at the age of 63. He had been diagnosed with stomach cancer in 1994.

  7. Robert Nozick was born of Jewish immigrants in Brooklyn, New York in 1938 and died in 2002 of stomach cancer. He was a philosopher of wide-ranging interests who worked in metaphysics, epistemology, decision theory, political philosophy, and value theory more generally.

  8. Robert Nozick - YourDictionary

    The American philosopher Robert Nozick (born 1938) established his reputation as a polemical advocate of radical libertarianism, a position arguing for maximum individual rights and a minimal government. He went on to investigate classical issues in philosophy that have often been neglected or dismissed by modern analytic philosophers.

  9. Nozick, Robert (1938-2002): A Guide

    Nozick, Robert (1938-2002): A Guide Nozick, Robert (1938–2002) Encyclopedia Read More Articles See More Aaron Ross Powell Sep 28th, 2021 Liberty Upsets Patterns—and Conservatism Conservatism and libertarianism are incompatible because they aim at fundamentally divergent political ends. You can make a difference right now DONATE

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

    Nozick emphasizes that his vision of the minimal state is inclusiveand is compatible with the existence of smaller communitiesbased on varying theories of justice. A group that wished to form a socialist communitygoverned by an egalitarian theory would be free to do so, as long as it did not force others to join the community against their will.

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