"...complex, sophisticated and ingenious." Economist--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
The greatest book on Political Philosophy of all time.
Really I should say more about it but unfortuantely I am
too busy writing a dissertation on this book instead.
I received the book a few days late, I complained and they were very nice about it... The book was perfect! ThanksPublished 17 months ago by lisa
This is my first review so I'll try to make it short. Nozick's book is essentially divided into two interchangeable parts: 1) His story about how governments appear out of a... Read morePublished on 8 Nov. 2012 by A Portuguse Person
Nozick is the considered the originator of the oxymoronic and totally imaginary 'anarcho capitalist' movement. Read morePublished on 3 Nov. 2008 by Ellen S
Nozick's incisive arguments for individual freedom derive from moral conviction rather than economic theory. Read morePublished on 19 July 2008 by Peter Uys
Nozick starts from the assumption that the one basic human right in the "state of nature" is the right to hold property, absolutely, without regard to anyone else. Read morePublished on 29 July 2007 by Too many books
Nozick is original, accessible, fascinating and above all persuasive. The gaps he leaves, like a justification for natural rights are the only parts of the book that dissapoint. Read morePublished on 3 Feb. 2006
This book is a great present for students doing social studies as it out lines the way the govenment is oppresing the state today. Read morePublished on 26 Sept. 2001