Property pp 77-111 | Cite as

Property, Liberty and Power

  • Andrew Reeve
Part of the Issues in Political Theory book series (IPT)


This chapter is concerned with the connections between property, power and liberty. This is an enormous subject, not only because ‘property’ is complex but also because there are different conceptions of liberty and power. A glance at the framework put forward in Chapter 2 will quickly reveal that each element in it could be variously specified in ways which would impinge on those different conceptions. It would certainly not be possible to advance any illuminating permutation of conceptions of liberty and detailed property systems, so we shall be extremely selective in this chapter.


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© Andrew Reeve 1986

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