Question #1, phrased several ways:
What realm of decisions is entirely left to the individual? What rights does he/she have beyond the claim of the state? What may a state not legitimately interfere with, in an individual's decisions? What range of motion is an individual entitled to independent of the state, or the approval of his/her neighbors? Or is there no such area, and is the state a totalitarian state?
Question #2, strictly after question 1:
Given the constrants from question 1 about what the state is prohibited from doing...Under what conditions (much fewer than what is allowed under #1) shall we allow the individuals who man the apparatus of the state to use violence to force other individuals to do what they want?
Question #3: strictly after question 2:
Inside of the bounds of question #2, what activities do we want the state to be involved in?
Question #4: strictly after question 3:
Who should make decisions about what the state should do, given that the state ought to be involved?