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By privilege, I refer to the literal meaning of the word. As the American Heritage Dictionary points out, the word derives from:
Middle English, from Old French, from Latin prīvilēgium, a law affecting one person : prīvus, single, alone + lēx, lēg-, law.A privilege is a favor from the state made possible either by taking something from someone else or by prohibiting others from engaging in an otherwise legitimate activity.
A world with Lockean equality and no privilege would be a voluntarist, or libertarian, world.