interesting and well thought out. I would disagree with your definition of anarchy. As you have pointed out, in anarcho capitalism, different private armies and the clients they represent become de facto competing governments. In your vision of anarchy, the brute of a savge man is essentially the government, imposing his will on everyone else. I would describe anarchy moreso as an ideal where all social co-operation is voluntary. It may not be realizable in the conceivable future, but it is a moral guide (much as an opposition to murder recognizes that murders will still occur. Thus an anarchistic morality seeks not so much to abolish violence as to limit it as much as possible. I do not see this as a vice.
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