If you can't initiate violence, what about somebody who is about to commit a violent crime?


Quinton: There are rare exceptions to
Sun, 03/20/2016 - 12:02

There are rare exceptions to the NAP where it may make sense to use force on another. For example, what if somebody is about to cross a crosswalk and doesn't see a car coming that is about to run into them? Should you initiate force and pull them back? It's up to you. If you do the person will most likely thank you and be extremely pleased. If they were committing suicide and you interfered it would be up to courts to decide how to handle it. In most cases if you initiate force to prevent an accident or to stop a murder or something like that nobody is going to be upset that you initiated force in this way. Just know that any time you initiate force you are invading another's property and you are subject to their interpretation of it and a further interpretation of that by a court if necessary.

[email protected]: There will always be cases
Sat, 06/18/2016 - 10:02

There will always be cases where some sort of force might be needed. But in the other sense , people who are going to be violent or criminals should be removed from the society. Bc the whole reason for this is peaceful life.

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