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Libertarianism = committing a naturalistic fallacy?
Just like the title asks. Is libertarianism, and I understand that it's a squishy, general term with a lot of variance among actual libertarians, resting, fundamentally, on a big naturalistic fallacy? To err on the side of--indeed, to generally advocate--no government (the state of nature)?
This may be more appropriate for D&D, but I thought I'd vet this idea here, just in case I made a dumb definitional or logical error.