‘But why isn’t mixing what I own with what I don’t own a way of losing what I own rather than a way of gaining what I don’t?’

In Anarchy, State, and Utopia, Robert Nozick asks the following question with good reasons concerning Locke’s theory of appropriation:— ‘Why does mixing one’s labour with something make one the owner of it?… If I own a can of tomato juice … Continue reading

What is the object of Nietzsche’s critique of Morality and is his critique convincing?

I will, first of all, delineate what constitutes Nietzsche’s object of critique, i.e., whether it is morality as such, or a specific morality (good/evil morality). I will then explicate that his object of critique is ‘good/evil morality’, which is threefold: … Continue reading