libertarianism is stupid
I’m afraid I don’t see how the fact that eBay’s virtual space was developed using government resources therefore means eBay’s virtual space is ungoverned. And so your point about eBay being enabled by the government still doesn’t seem to contradict Molyneux’s point, at least to the extent I understand it. You mention other things that seem to hurt his point, but they seem divorced from your original criticism.
Clearly you don’t enjoy interacting with me, but I hope you respond again anyway just so I can better understand where you’re coming from. You can have the last word. Then I promise I’ll leave you alone about this.
You’re not reading what I’ve written. You’re not engaged with the content of my posts. Your responses are convoluted. For example, I did not write that Ebay’s virtual space is ungoverned. I’m not attempting to “contradict” Molyneux. I’m addressing what Molyneux and white men like him are attempting to do when they represent society, the market, and business the way they do.
Try harder. Go back and read what I’ve written tonight and if you care to actually address what’s actually there, get back to me.