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I know what you mean. But if

I know what you mean. But if you read NAP ethicists the language is unambiguously moral, not utilitarian or social. They consider their precepts the basis for sound law because the yare moral imperatives, what you ought to do.

The moral principle (NAP) sets an upper and a lower bound. What you ought not do, aggress, and what no one ought do to you, aggress against you. That leaves a wide latitude of what people may do legally, a domain in which other moral precepts can have sway over private behavior.

But it most certainly does pass a moral ought judgment against all aggression, which as in my examples is not always valid.