This obviously has been addressed as well. When discussing political philosophy, I wouldn't think that Merriam-Websters stands as the final arbiter on the definition of words. I understand your concern with what people frequently associate with "anarchy", but the definition being used here has been so thoroughly hashed out that only the most obstinate would associate those of us using it with it's common definiton.anarchy is not Anarchy
This as well has been addressed. There isn't anything extreme about human liberty, and human liberty is most thoroughly achieved in the absence of coercive and physical force, which is essentially government, defined. Even Washington agreed with that definition. Of course while he sought to restrain it and not eliminate it as we do, there is no contention between how we're defining it and how he defined it.extremism is not Extremism
Well, yeah. That's kind of why philosophy has it's own sub-forum.and philosophy is not realism
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