Chū-iû-lâng-chú-gī

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Chū-iû-lâng-chú-gī (Eng-gí: libertarianism), iā ū chū-iû-chì-siōng-chú-gī (-至上-), chū-iû-ì-chì-chú-gī (-意志-) téng khoán hoan-e̍k, sī tiōng-sī kò-jîn chū-iû ê 1 khoán chèng-tī su-sióng. In it-poaⁿ hoán-tùi kok-ka he̍k-chiá chèng-hú tùi kò-jîn khoân-lī kap soán-te̍k ê hóng-gāi.

Gí-goân[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Tī Eng-gí, tāi-seng chhut-hiān ê iōng-gí libertarian, sī 1789 nî William Belsham tī i koan-hē hêng-jî-siōng-ha̍k lí-lō͘ ê libertarianism khài-liām ê bûn-chiuⁿ lāi-bīn ēng--tio̍h-ê.[1]

Siōng-bô chū 1796 nî, libertarian khai-sí hông ēng lâi piáu-sī tùi chū-iû ê pò-iông-chiá, te̍k-pia̍t sī ùi chèng-tī kap siā-hōe hun-iá tang-tiong teh sú-iōng.[2]

Chham-chiàu[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. William Belsham (1789). Essays. C. Dilly. p. 11Original from the University of Michigan, digitized May 21, 2007 
  2. OED November 2010 edition