[P]eople who live in tents, ride animals, and shepherd other animals, talk about beliefs. People with fixed capital, who live in castles talk about laws. There is a reason for that.
When you ask people to value something that’s an informal institution we call belief.
When you tell people that property is a rule that you cannot violate, that’s a formal institution we call law.
The first is religion. The second is government.
Is your brand of liberty for goatherds living in tents (religion) that requires belief, or for engineers, builders and craftsmen, (government) that requires laws?
People who live in tents have very simple property. They need very simple laws.
Liberty in modernity isn’t for simpletons.
Try not to think like one.