This thought has been occupying my mind for months. Democracies and republics are handing over the right of the individual to the will of the collective. Dictatorships are similar, but I would rather have one man dedicated to preserve my rights lead than have the collective lead, but it seems only possible in concept. You can have a branch of government attached to monarch or senate that has a constitution that supposedly helps secure the rights of the individual, but that’s about it.
BUT IT BAFFLES ME THAT THIS IS THE BEST WE CAN COME UP WITH!
Is this a futile puzzle to solve. Literally, it feels like I’m trying to solve a brain teaser.
Is archo capitalism possible? Where the rights of the individual are not up for a vote and the a nation has no state?
It sound almost like the dark ages, no law or order, but I would love for a capitalistic nation exist.
to me ancap could be like the government we have right now, just it's not one government but multiple businesses and institutions providing the services government does now
There would be law and order through voluntary association rather than a violent monopoly.
I wouldn't say it's for sure possible as much as an ideal to strive for. If we can decentralize we'll be much more likely to find like minded people to associate with and create new societies based on principles of non-aggression. It will never be perfect. Trying to create utopia is what leftists do.