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Preface Acknowledgements Introduction: history, ethics and Marxism 1. How patterns preserve liberty Robert Nozick and Wilt Chamberlain 2. Freedom, justice and market transactions 3. Self-ownership, world-ownership, and equality 4. Are freedom and equality compatible 5. Self-ownership, communism, and equality: against the Marxist technological fix: 6. Marxism and contemporary political philosophy, or: why Nozick exercises some Marxists more than he does any egalitarian liberals 7. Marx and Locke on land and labour 8. Exploitation in Marx: what makes it unjust? 9. Self-ownership: delineating the concept 10. Self-ownership: assessing the thesis 11. The future of a disillusion Bibliography Index of names Subject index.