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Here you go Champ

Natural Rights Perspective:
Ethics of Liberty

Argumentation Ethics Perspective:
Economics and Ethics of Private Property

Utilitarian Perspective:
Foundations of Morality

Simply put, any ethic, aka political philosophy, must be universalizable and tenable, as such, it must protect private property and allow for the homesteading of unowned resources. Futhermore, all peaceful transactions are permitted (or else there would be a violation of private property occurring). Any transaction forced upon an unwilling individual is coercion, any deception in a transaction is fraud. Fraud may be more difficult to protect against, but in a libertarian society private arbitration and ostracism would be used to minimize the occurrence of fraud and punish those deemed to have been engaged therein.