Are We All Solipsists?
The Non-Delegation Doctrine

Is Libertarianism Based on Superstition

Libertarians do not recognize the right to use physical force to compel another to do something. Yet the brilliant can justly convince the dull to sign contracts.  How does this make sense?  A moron does not use his free will to sign a contract.  A moron has his will overcome.  It is literally not a fair fight.

Why is it defensible to use superior brain power to rule the foolish?  Is it because libertarians tend to be smart but whimpy?  Thus, they built a framework accomodating their strengths?

The more I learn about persuasion, the less libertarian I become.

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