Anthony de Jasay

„States are an imposition, sometimes useful, sometimes a millstone, always costly, never legitimate, and never a necessity for binding agreements.”
— Anthony de Jasay, „Against Politics: On Government, Anarchy, and Order”, Routledge, Londyn 1998, s. 36.

„If much of this [contractarian] reasoning is baseless, and the state is simply an enforcing mechanism to enable a winning coalition to exploit the residual losing coalition without recourse to violence, the delusions of necessity and convenience are of course an aid to the efficiency of the process.”
— Ibid., s. 164.

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