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'''Libertarianism''' is a political philosophy that puts the liberty as its core principle, and advocates for fewer interferences in person's life from the state.
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'''Libertarianism''' is a political philosophy that puts the liberty of people as its core principle, and advocates for fewer interferences in people's lives from the state.
  
Libertarian can refer to a person who believes or advocates for libertarianism, and may also refer to how a particular political policy may be viewed, such as; "Taxation is not libertarian" as an example.
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'''Libertarian''' can refer to a person who believes or advocates for libertarianism, and may also refer to how a particular political policy may be viewed, such as; "Taxation is not libertarian" as an example.
  
 
== Features of Libertarianism ==
 
== Features of Libertarianism ==
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Libertarianism is not strictly Left, or Right wing based in its principles. Libertarians can be found on both sides of the political spectrum.
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=== Libertarian Policies ===
  
 
Policies that may be viewed as libertarian include:
 
Policies that may be viewed as libertarian include:
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*[[Libertarian transhumanism]]
 
*[[Libertarian transhumanism]]
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== External Links ==
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*{{Wikipedia|Libertarianism}}
  
 
[[Category:Politics]]
 
[[Category:Politics]]

Latest revision as of 19:21, 22 April 2017

Libertarianism is a political philosophy that puts the liberty of people as its core principle, and advocates for fewer interferences in people's lives from the state.

Libertarian can refer to a person who believes or advocates for libertarianism, and may also refer to how a particular political policy may be viewed, such as; "Taxation is not libertarian" as an example.

Features of Libertarianism

Libertarianism is not strictly Left, or Right wing based in its principles. Libertarians can be found on both sides of the political spectrum.

Libertarian Policies

Policies that may be viewed as libertarian include:

  • Taxation is theft - a common libertarian theme.

See Also

External Links