Culture and Liberty by Stephen Cox download in iPad, ePub, pdf
The answers to these questions and more can vary widely and yet remain compatible with the non-aggression principle. In the same way, folkways and beliefs must be brought low, that Power may substitute for their influence its own authority and build its church on their ruins.
This regularity is produced by a code of beliefs and moralities which is deeply embedded in the nature of man in society. Both the law and punishment came from custom. Myths, Misunderstandings and Outright lies about owning Gold. As long as the non-aggression principle is not violated, a wide variety of answers to social questions are possible. Again, we live in such a world and the answer is obvious.
Only the administration was in the hand of the king. His folkways were different, and it could not be known how he would act. It kept the law in the hands of the people and their memory of custom. It was not only in medieval Europe.
Man only has authority over the administration. Most importantly, this law was held strongly by all members of society, and this kept the king in check. Call it thick if you like.
Each man with a given position in a given society strays only in the most exceptional cases from a typical behavior. The ancients had, therefore, good reason to keep the foreigner at a distance. Such libertarians do nothing but ensure more government.
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