Coercion (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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Includes Robert Nozick's framework, which pretty clearly indicates that property is coercive. Peculiarly, Nozick's framework overlooks direct, forcible coercion such as compulsion, injury or imprisonment.


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