The Cost of Sovereignty: Every Man a Warrior, Sheriff, Insurer 

—“It’s a bit unclear but let’s say everybody is a free agent and as such free to do what one wants as long as his actions don’t impose additional costs to somebody else…would that be correct..? “—Antonio Simon 

Close, but there is a cost (duty) to pay for such a thing, because free agents are not able to resist opponents, if they are allowed to free ride on the defense of accumulateed and asymmetrically distributed capital.

Every man a warrior, a sheriff, and reciprocal insurer, and then every man is sovereign, possessing both liberty (capital) and freedom (action and speech).

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