Libertarianism vs. Market Anarchy
Its refreshing to see a forum that "leans" libertarian rather than liberal. I guess this post is directed ay anyone here who considers themselves libertarian or libertarian leaning.
Libertarianism says "less government is better." Market Anarchy takes it one step further and says "no government is best."
Libertarians generally want government minimized to essential functions and services, like courts and security. Market Anarchists think that every essential function and service, including courts and security, should be handled by the private market.
So here is a question: If private enterprise works so well for the transportation industry, and the medical industry, and the food industry (all of these qualify as essential functions and services), then why WOULDNT the free market also work for the courts and security?
In other words, if the free market is superior in principle, why would it be excluded from these few select segments of society (courts, security, etc..)?
No gods, no governments.