Comment: That brings in just contract theory.

(See in situ)


That brings in just contract theory.

If a member voluntarily binds himself to contract stipulations that specify what enforcement penalty there is from breaking the contract term, then he is bound to that contract and the enforcement apparatus will enforce it/ On your view, people have to be prohibited from making voluntary contracts like that, presumably by some bigger agency that will impose its rules on voluntary contractual associations involving stipulations this bigger force agent/government considers wrong, despite it being voluntary. So you're moving outside of voluntarism into normative justice imposed by a state, when you prohibit people from binding themselves to certain contracts.