Robert Nozick’s Anarchy, State and Utopia (1974) was designed as a rebuttal to Rawls but it was so much more than that. It offered a defence of the minimal state that appealed to the writers of The Sopranos and a vision of utopia that appealed to the founders of Silicon Valley. David explores what Nozick wanted to achieve and identifies the surprising radicalism behind his political minimalism.
Robert Nozick, The Examined Life (1989)
Jonathan Wolff, Robert Nozick: Property, Justice and the Minimal State (1991)
Stephen Metcalf, ‘The Liberty Scam’, Slate (2011)
[Video] Shelly Kagan, 'Hedonism and Nozick's Experience Machine' (from Open Yale Courses)
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