I thought this would be more relevant here than at the English SO. I was reading on Wikipedia about libertarian socialism, which brought me to the article on left-libertarianism. Beginning at the third paragraph in the introduction it says:
While maintaining full respect for personal property, left-libertarians are skeptical of or fully against private property,
From what I've looked up, personal property is movable property, as contrasted with real property/estate. And private property seems to be property owned by an individual as opposed to public property, which almost ironically is owned by the state.
What does that particular sentence mean about left-libertarians, about accepting personal property but not private property? And if you could give examples that would be excellent.