The Steiner-Vallentyne School is a Left Libertarian ideological school of thought. It bases its support for economically left-wing ideals in Classical Liberal, Georgist, and Physiocratic ideas on self-ownership, land appropriation, land ownership and the ownership of natural resources. It opposes the ownership of natural resources and land if such ownership acts as a detriment to others, and believes in state welfare programs and some form of wealth redistribution. Unlike many schools of left-libertarianism, the Steiner-Vallentyne school is not socialist, communist, or anarchist, as it is more moderate in its economically left-wing views.
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- Social Libertarianism - Me but without LVT.
- Georgism - Fellow left libertarian who agrees with me on land policy.
- Classical Liberalism - Yeah, John Locke was pretty great, wasn't he?
- Civil Libertarianism - Full self ownership!
- Libertarian Socialism - Sorry, but I think this might be a bit too far.
- Social Liberalism - We both try to combined the principles of classical liberalism with egalitarian outcomes, but positive rights are a headache.
- Propertarianism - Why did you ruin the Lockean Proviso!?
- Nazism - Not THAT Steiner (both are not going to attack anyway).
- Left-Libertarianism as a Promising Form of Liberal Egalitarianism by Peter Vallentyne
- Left-Libertarianism: A Primer by Peter Vallentyne
- Left-Libertarianism and Its Critics by Peter Vallentyne and Hillel Steiner
- An Essay on Rights by Hillel Steiner