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Map of Pottendorf on Knowing that such rights are secure, stable, and well defined allows people to exert productive efforts on the things they own with the expectation that they will reap the rewards. Why make long-lasting improvements to the soil, for example, if your land is subject to capricious confiscation by the authorities? Positive rights typically conflict with the right to private property. A right to adequate nutrition implies that someone else has an obligation to provide food. Locke thought that unequal distribution of wealth was an inevitable consequence of private property and the use of money. Differing talents, degrees of ambition, and luck would cause differing success in accumulation. Locke thought this was justified since by agreeing to the use of money, people had agreed to the results. Robert Nozick argues that inequality results from liberty. Map of Pottendorf 2016.

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