Originally Posted by Anarchist
1. Non-Aggression Principle
What is your argument for these being "fundamental moral principlies"? It would seem to me that in an anarchic society these fundamental principles would have no power or foundation behind them.
Property "rights"? This language seems strange in this sort of society. If there is no regulation and no law, then these "rights" are nothing more than wishes.
With a government present, laws and rights are possible through mutual agreement of those in the society.
Without a government or regulating entity, differing viewpoints will result in differing actions from person to person or group to group.
Just because there can be bad governments that take advantage of people does not mean that there cannot exist good governments which act in accordance with agreements with its people. It seems far-fetched to think that Anarchy is more moral because of fundamental moral principles that seem unfounded.