State or private law society

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May 9, 2011
Ludwig von Mises Institute
by Hans-Hermann Hoppe  
Posted in Commentary

"Alone on his island, Robinson Crusoe can do whatever he pleases. For him, the question concerning rules of orderly human conduct — social cooperation — simply does not arise. This question can only arise once a second person, Friday, arrives on the island. Yet even then, the question remains largely irrelevant so long as no scarcity exists." (05/09/11)  

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