Comment: Yes, of course

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Yes, of course

If people want to delegate powers for practical reasons (to administer and manage the estate or seastead they live in, e.g. to organise waste collection, repairs/maintenance of common areas, security, common water supply, whatever) I believe they have every right to do so.

It is still anarchy because the different seasteads and estates exist in anarchy in relation to each other. People have the tendency to live in groups together, with certain rules. That's natural.

I recommend "The machinery of freedom" by David D. Friedman. It contains many interesting thought experiments of a free society.

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