Robert Nozick (1939 - )

Robert Nozick is one of the most influential figures in the history of the modern libertarian movement. His 1975 book Anarchy, State and Utopia was one of three books defining early libertarian philosophy, the other two being Rothbard's Libertarian Manifesto and Hospers' Libertarianism.

Anarchy, State and Utopia argued that inequality is not unjust, and that egalitarianism was inherently unjust because it must rely on the use of force.

Nozick won a full professorship in philosophy at Harvard University at age 30 in 1969.

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