Comment: In defense of Bill,

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In defense of Bill,

you are casting things in black and white: just and unjust like there is no middle ground. I think Bill's point was that without some authority just and unjust are ambiguities. Who enforces said contract? Without an enforcer, does said contract or just/unjust really exist?

With that said, I assume natural rights and reject authority by instinct and intuition. My being wants to be free, absolutely free. Some Christians, all Objectivists, group A, and group B, want everything to be logical. Is there logic to freedom or is it inherent? Is there logic to natural rights or are they inherent? If it is inherent it presupposes human logic. I need no logic because my being screams for freedom. You get me now Bill?

I AM is all that is. Everything else is malleable.