Can Rights Clash, According to Libertarian Law? No.

Can Rights Clash, According to Libertarian Law? No. Question 1: Based on my understanding, rights only clash if the NAP is violated. Is this true? Answer 1: No. Suppose you and I both claim the same hat. The hat is sitting there. Our rights over that hat clash, even though neither of us used violence against the other. We’re having an honest disagreement. Question 2: So when we say rights don’t clash, it assumes everything has been clearly defined and everyone is at peace? Answer 2: People THINK rights clash, and they fight over them, but, the libt view is … Continue reading Can Rights Clash, According to Libertarian Law? No.