This is an attempt to contrast right-libertarians vs. left-libertarians.
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I have been told that my opacity is a bit high for the average reader. I will attempt to clarify the intent of the following questions.
My goal here is to point at the focus differences between left-libertarians and right-libertarians. While there are substantial areas of agreement, there are reasons one might wish to call oneself (or more importantly think of onself and act as) a left-libertarian, and I wanted to try to point at "standard" libertarian deficiencies.
I am not claiming that anything said by the rightist-libertarians is technically wrong. But I will suggest that it is misfocussed to the point of effectively serving wrong goals.
Also, I am reorganizing (not rewriting) the below to see if it's more comprehensible
Topic: Racial Discrimination.
Focus Question: Guesstimate the amount of energy spent by right-leaning libertarians on the topic defending the practice vs. saying it's wrong.
Topic: 3rd world hunger/poverty.
Focus Question: How much energy is spent saying "This is a big problem that any human should want to help solve" vs. "I'm not obligated to help":
Focus Question: How much energy is spent saying "this is bad" vs. "this has helped a lot of people".
Topic-free Focus Question: How much of the libertarian credo are rooted in the atomist-individualist paradigm vs. the obvious truth that we human beings are fundamentally pack animals.
Topic-free Focus Question: How much of libertarian discussion is framed around making individual, and especially poor individual's lives better now/soon (rather than their children)...because it's a fundamental human preference.