LIBERAL ASSOCIATIONISM AND THE RIGHTS OF STATES*

@article{Estlund2013LIBERALAA,
  title={LIBERAL ASSOCIATIONISM AND THE RIGHTS OF STATES*},
  author={David M. Estlund},
  journal={Social Philosophy and Policy},
  year={2013},
  volume={30},
  pages={425 - 449}
}
Abstract It is often argued that if one holds a liberal political philosophy about individual rights against the state and the community, then one cannot consistently say that a state that violates those principles is owed the right of noninterference. How could the rights of the collective trump the rights of individuals in a liberal view? I believe that this debate calls for more reflection, on the relation between liberalism and individualism. I will sketch a conception of liberalism… Expand
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