Re: Nozick's Minimalism

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Tue, 15 Dec 1998 10:18:43 -0000

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From: John Clark <> To: <> Date: 15 December 1998 07:57
Subject: Re: Nozick's Minimalism

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>Dan Fabulich <> Wrote:
> >but doesn't the concept of a PPF sort of undermine the whole point of
> >anarcho-capitalism? I mean, this is my real problem/question. If
> >only one PPF making the laws, how can we expect the laws to be formed
> >fairly under legal market principles?
>The difference is that no one organization would be making the laws and not
>would be living under the same law, you get what you pay for, you get what
you think is
>really important. Example: My PPA strongly embraces capital punishment,
your PPA is anti
>capital punishment but only moderately so. Everybody can't get exactly what
they want and this
>issue is more important to me than to you, so if you kill me your fate will
be determined by a
>arbiter known to be in favor of the death penalty. On the other hand if you
had paid to join a PPA
>that was fanatically anti capital punishment then the arbiter would be
someone who opposes
>capital punishment.

So all criminals would join PPA's that were anti capital punishment?