Question: “In a free market, what should be the limits of what you can own, as to maximize liberty? With the abolishment of slavery, we understood that human life should not be subject to being property. Does this extend elsewhere, and how could we justify either position rationally?”

“My foremost object of interest would be land in an economical sense (that is, landmass and natural resources). Doesn’t complete procurement of land trespass on future generations freedom? I think it is pretty clear that the radical viewpoint in either direction leads to bizarre situations. Where do we draw the line, and how do we justify this?”

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