Monday, October 4, 2010

Equality and Libery

Matt Yglesias writes:
Indeed, it’s been generally acknowledged by everyone from Robert Nozick to John Rawls that achieving this kind of robust form of equality of opportunity would be incompatible with any kind of recognizable form of liberty. By contrast, I think Plato seriously entertained the idea of abolishing the family and raising children in giant collective houses

Ugh. Why do so many people misunderstand Plato?
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