Crispin and the Non-Aggression Principle

Here is a Reductio ad absurdum to demonstrate that the Non-Aggression Principle is not axiomatic.  It is a great guideline, but be careful saying that it can never be permissible to break it.  By treating the Non-Aggression Principle as an axiom, one runs into dilemmas that may otherwise be solved by virtually universally acceptable action.

This of course does not justify the existence of the state no matter how many opponents of libertarianism would like to believe it.

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