Comment: A dog is afforded NO RIGHTS by nature -- if it is not fed or if

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A dog is afforded NO RIGHTS by nature -- if it is not fed or if

it can't hunt -- it dies.

My point is very relevant.

Self-Defense Talk (in free-market terms) might possibly lead to pragmatic action.

Eternal discussion about Rights in a Zero force-agency society is futile and immature.

In legal terms a right is a guarantee, something that is backed by the might of gov't.

In a free-society there is NO force-agency so why would anyone EVER talk about "rights" (guarantees).

Show me how natural rights "talk" can lead to pragmatic understanding of free-market theory, if you can?