04-30-2016, 04:54 PM
Huh? Throughout the vast majority of Western history, the idea of majority rule was understood to be insane and chaotic. Even Plato understood that democracy was the worst form of government. The absolute earliest such a thing could be said to have taken root is when Charles I was assassinated, and then later during and after the French Revolution.
Liberty only exists within a civilization with certain values, legal structures and genetic infrastructure. Being opposed to civilization is anarcho-primitivist or post-left anarchist claptrap.
No, the right of contract manifests itself throughout history, in most every part of the world and every kind of civilization. Those are the only two objective, descriptive rights. It is how society has always formed, functioned, and always will.\
If I aggress against you, and had the resources or influence to keep anyone seeking retribution at bay, then I would absolutely have that right. To say anything else is incoherent and meaningless.