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I would insist rather that the significance of consensus and the objectionability of epistemic conceit form part of the shared intuitive basis that generates the puzzles that drive the current debate over the significance of peer disagreement.
In the United States these programs are diverse and include agricultural zoning by counties (Nebraska); construction permits for animal feedlots (Texas); construction permits for lagoons (South Carolina); property line odour intensity limits (Colorado); objectionability criteria (Iowa); and nuisance-free continuation rights (North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama) (Ritter 1989).
Property absolutism and lack of good faith, whatever their moral objectionability, are ill-suited to the techniques of commerce.