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  PoS   WORD HIS EDU SOC LAW HUM PHIL SCI MED BUS
1  J    EXPERT 25 29 67 42 29 23 103 46 15
2  J    LONG-LASTING 39 22 43 26 25 42 116 44 9
3  R    CONSPICUOUSLY 70 6 35 43 84 46 44 4 12
4  N    DETRIMENT 77 28 52 81 38 63 36 20 6
5  N    CREDENCE 67 25 68 43 39 39 48 18 3
6  N    UNDERPINNING 84 42 53 65 64 70 78 10 11
7  J    DESCENDING 18 22 36 8 64 26 76 85 24
8  N    MONOGRAPH 123 55 126 30 104 37 133 17 0
9  R    INFREQUENTLY 35 53 84 38 49 34 62 51 9
10  J    SIMPLIFIED 36 17 60 35 59 19 192 37 26
 

. When this historical entitlement theory is conjoined to a theory of self-ownership, it constitutes the libertarian theory of justice, a theory which identifies justice with the rightful entitlement of persons to themselves and to certain objects that they acquire by specified means and to the freedom to use both as they choose. As such, it is more than merely a theory of distributive justice, for it delineates what it takes to be an exhaustive list of rights, some of which are distributive or economic rights, but one of which is a right of self-ownership which implies a right of self-governance or personal liberty. Moreover, this exhaustive list specifies, according to the libertarian, both the purpose of governmental activity (namely, the protection of those rights on this list), as well as its legitimate boundaries (i.e., the obligation to protect only those rights and the duty to refrain from violations of them). While various aspects of this libertarian conception of justice

 
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[ACADEMIC] Monist (1990)