Translation of libertarian in Spanish:

libertarian

libertario, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌlɪbərˈtɛriən//ˌlɪbəˈtɛːrɪən/

noun

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    Politics
    libertario masculine
    libertaria feminine
    • Civil libertarians and privacy advocates will no doubt continue to call for caution in consumers' use of the VeriChip.
    • Even the thoroughgoing libertarians have to ask what to do in light of that reality.
    • Cleaving to principle means something more than holding high and not contradicting the ultimate libertarian ideal.
    • Civil libertarians argue this is hardly an onerous burden for law enforcement.
    • Libertarians believe in self-governance as related to both personal and economic issues.
    • Rather, hard-core libertarians believe that government is naturally extremely prone to error, both moral and factual.
    • New Hampshire beat out nine other states, all with small populations and libertarian leanings.
    • Even hardcore libertarians accept restrictions on liberty when the behavior harms others.
    • Was Laura's routine a sign that we're entering a libertarian conservative phase?
    • I'm a left-wing libertarian myself, and I agree with you entirely on the subject of drug legalization.
    • I hope to see a comprehensive attempt at a rebuttal of realist theory by the libertarian minimalist school.
    • Second, I'm not a hard-core ideologue, as many self-described libertarians are.
    • Go read it, especially if you're a hardcore libertarian.
    • The libertarian minimalists will likely find my outlook to be anathema to their own.
    • I am afraid that I remain a total libertarian on such issues.
    • I'm more of a libertarian socialist, if we must have classifications.
    • Left- and right-wing libertarians alike are skeptical of any laws that impede commercial free speech.
    • One can understand how a monetarist central banker with a libertarian bent might object.
    • Right-wing libertarians in the US view Castro as one of the nastier dictators in the world.
    • However, try telling that to an employer, civil libertarians argue.
    • Personally, I have an instinctive attraction to some aspects of libertarian ideals.
    • On the other hand, the libertarian socialist critique of consumerism appears surprisingly, if not uncomfortably pertinent.
    • Certainly, the Right possesses a set of libertarian ideals many Americans embrace.
    • Civil libertarians and many Democrats say those powers are overreaching and have fought to have them rolled back.
    • Indeed, some civil libertarians have already argued that this is the appropriate line.
    • The Detroit News editorial page is historically a conservative editorial page with libertarian leanings.
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    Religion Philosophy
    • Some philosophers - usually called libertarians - resolutely believe that voluntary decisions actually are created by the will, free of causal antecedents.
    • The good of libertarian free will requires, in short, the possibility of moral evil.
    • Some of these incompatibilists, libertarians, hold that at least some persons have free will and that, therefore, determinism is false.
    • He also reviewed the 1717 book and defended a doctrine of libertarian free will as he had in the earlier correspondence.
    • In this article I try to refute the so-called libertarian theory of free will, and to examine how our conclusions ought to modify our common attitudes of praise and blame.

    persona que cree en el libre albedrío


adjective

Politics

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    libertario