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Eric Mack

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Eric Mack est professeur de philosophie au "Murphy Institute of Political Economy" et à l'université de Tulane. Il est diplômé de l'Union College (B.A. en 1966) et d'un doctorat en 1973 à l'université de Rochester.

Ses domaines de recherche concernent la philosophie politique, l'éthique, la philosophie du Droit, l'histoire de la théorie politique. Il défend une théorie juridictionnelle du Droit avec des intérêts particuliers dans les fondements moraux du droit naturel, en s'appuyant sur les travaux de John Locke entre autres, et il défend le droit d'acquérir et de conserver les biens sans ingérence de l'Etat.

Publications

  • 1973, "Egoism and Rights", The Personalist, vol 54, pp5–33
  • 1977, commentaire du livre de Murray Rothbard, "For a New Liberty", The American Political Science Review, Vol 71, n°1, Mar., pp332-333
  • 1978,
    • a. dir., "Auberon Herbert’s The Right and Wrong of Compulsion by the State, and Other Essays", Indianapolis: Liberty Classics
    • b. "Nozick’s Anarchism", In: J. R. Pennock et J. W. Chapman, dir., "Nomos XIX: Anarchism", New York: New York University Press
  • 1981, "How to Derive Libertarian Rights", In: J. Paul, dir., "Reading Nozick: Essays on Anarchy, State, and Utopia", Rowman & Allanheld
  • 1982, dir., "Herbert Spencer, Man vs. the State: with Six Essays on Government, Society, and Freedom", Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, Inc.
  • 1986, "The Ethics of Taxation: Rights Versus Public Goods", In: Dwight R. Lee, dir., Taxation and Deficit Economy, San Francisco: Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy
  • 1989, "Moral Individualism: Agent-Relativity and Deontic Restraints", Social Philosophy and Policy, Vol 7, n°1, pp81–111
  • 1990, Self-Ownership and the Right of Property, Monist, 73, pp519-543
  • 1995, The Self-Ownership Proviso: A New and Improved Lockean Proviso, Social Philosophy and Policy, 12: 186-218
  • 1997, Right-Wing Liberalism, Left-Wing Liberalism, and the Self-Ownership Proviso, In: Liberal Institutions, Economic Constitutional rights, and the Role of Organizations, Karl-Heinz Ladeur, Dir., Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, pp9-29
  • 1999,
    • a. In Defense of Individualism, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Vol 2, pp87-115
    • b. The Alienability of Lockean Natural Rights, In: Persons and Their Bodies, M. J. Cherry, Dir., Kluwer, pp143-176
  • 2000, "In Defense of the Jurisdiction Theory of Rights", The Journal of Ethics, Vol 4, n°1–2, pp71–98
    • Repris en 2000, In: G. Pincione et H. Spector, dir., "Rights, Equality, and Liberty", Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers
  • 2001, "The State of Nature Has a Law of Nature to Govern It", In: Tibor Machan, dir., "Individual Rights Reconsidered", Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution, pp.87-112
  • 2002,
    • a. Equality, Benevolence, and Responsiveness to Agent-Relative Value, Social Philosophy and Policy, vol.16, no.1, Winter, pp314-341
    • b. "Self-Ownership, Marxism, and Egalitarianism: Part I. Challenges to Historical Entitlement", Politics, Philosophy, and Economics, vol 1, n°1, février, pp119-146
    • c. "Self-Ownership, Marxism, and Egalitarianism: Part II. Challenges to the Self-Ownership Thesis", Politics, Philosophy, and Economics, vol 1, n°2, juin, pp237-276
    • d. Self-Ownership, Taxation, and Democracy: A Philosophical-Constitutional Perspective, In: Politics, Taxation, and the Rule of Law, D. Racheter, Dir., Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp9-32
  • 2003, Problematic Arguments in Randian Ethics, Journal of Ayn Rand Studies, vol 5, no. 1, Fall, pp1-66
  • 2006,
    • a. "Hayek on justice and the order of actions", In: Edward Feser, dir., "The Cambridge Companion to Hayek", Series: Cambridge Companions to Philosophy, Cambridge, UK, ISBN 0521615011 ; New York : Cambridge University press, Ch 13, pp259-286
    • b. "Non-Absolute Rights and Libertarian Taxation", Social Philosophy and Policy, Vol 23, n°2, Summer, pp109-141
  • 2007, “Scanlon as Natural Rights Theorist”, Politics, Philosophy, and Economics, Vol 6, n°1, Winter, pp45-73
  • 2009,
    • a. "John Locke", London: Continuum Press
    • b. “What is Left in Left-Libertarianism?”, In: Steve DeWijze, Mathew H. Kramer et Ian Carter, dir., "Hillel Steiner and the Anatomy of Justice", London: Routledge, pp101-131
    • c. "Individualism and Libertarian Rights", In: John Christman and Thomas Cristiano , dir., "Contemporary Debates in Political Philosophy", Oxford: Blackwell, pp121-136
  • 2010, “The Natural Right of Property”, Social Philosophy and Policy, Vol 27, n°1, Winter, pp53-79
  • 2011,
    • a. "Friedrich Hayek on the Nature of Social Order and Law", In: C. Zuckert, dir., "Political Philosophy in the Twentieth Century", Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp129-141
    • b. "Nozickan Arguments for the More-Than-Minimal State", In: R. Bader et J. Meadowcroft, dir., "The Cambridge Companion to Nozick’s Anarchy, State and Utopia", Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp89-115
  • 2012, "Lysander Spooner: Nineteenth Century America’s Last Natural Rights Theorist", Social Philosophy and Policy, vol 29, n°2, July, pp139-176


“John Locke’s Defense of Commercial Society,” forthcoming in Wealth, Commerce, and Philosophy, ed. E. Heath and B. Kaldis, University of Chicago Press.

Littérature secondaire

  • 1979, John Chamberlain, commentaire du livre de Eric Mack, dir., "Auberon Herbert’s The Right and Wrong of Compulsion by the State, and Other Essays", The Freeman, June, Vol 29, n°6

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