of the anarchist philosophy. The great paradox of anarchism is most claim that the principles of non-aggression and volunteerism are to be of highest regard, yet how would you stop people from voluntary forming their own governements if done willfully and voluntarily? You would have to break your rules of non-aggression to stop people from voluntarily assembling; therefore a great paradox.
There is nothing wrong with taxation, as long as its voluntary. I agree that i voluntary/ compulsory taxation is immoral and should be abolished.
There is nothing wrong with laws, as long as they are justifyable to the ethics of liberty and are compatible praxeaologically; that is in accordance with human action.
This is why I'm far more convinced of the minarchist/ poly centrist philosophies.
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