That's why it's wrong to yank the organs from that healthy patient, you're acting as if that patient belongs to you or to the community, but we belong to ourselves,
And that's the same reason that it's wrong to make laws to protect us from ourselves or to tell us how to live, to tell us what virtues we should be goberned by,
And that's also why it's wrong to taxthe rich to help the poor even for good causes, even to help those who are displaced by the Hurricane Katrina.
if Bill Gates or Jordan make their income without violating others' rights, then it is their own property, by taxing them, even for good causes is a violation. Ask them to give charity, but if you tax them, it's like forcing them to labor. Morally it's the same as slavering.
如果要辩驳自由主义 this chain of reasoning which goes, taking my earnings is like taking my labor, but taking my labor is making me a slave
Imagine the things were before government and law come on the scene.
State of nature
By adding your own labor into something that belongs to nobody, you gain the ownership of the object.
A nontransferable right makes something I own less fully mine
Rights that are so essentially mine that even I can't trade them away or give them up
what counts as property?
that's up to the government
no one can take my property without my consent, BUT, the "property" is defined by the government.
or implied consent?
In case of military conscription, selectign a specific group or people, is arbitary, but if there is a general law, then it's fine.