....a direct call out, I shall respond!
I'm not a utilitarian, and I reject all utilitarian arguments, I certainly don't make any utilitarian arguments for a "state",nor have I not will I ever argue for a "coercive state", as most here would define "state".
I don't even "argue for " city-states", but rather the right of free individuals to create them using their own property.
Do you argue against that right? Or do you claim they do not have that right?
That is the core of the issue.
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