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IS PROPERTARIANISM SOMEHOW CONSERVATISM?
The term “propertarian” refers to a ‘criticism’ of libertarians, rule-of-law advocates, ’empiricists’, and ‘materialists’, made in the mid-twentieth century. So I intentionally ‘appropriated’ the criticism ‘propertarian’ as a definition: ‘propertarianism’.
All propertarianism is reducible to is a demand for individual Sovereignty, which requires Rule of Law, which then requires, truth, duty, reciprocity, and property. Which then requires markets in everything. Which includes courts that resolve differences empirically, by demanding truth, reciprocity, and property. Leaving the ‘preferential and good’ to the individual sovereign’s choice.
This “Sovereignty” or “Sovereigntarianism” results in western hierarchical (market) Aristocracy (monarchy, aristocracy, nobility, burgher, craftsman, laborer, serf, slave, and ‘wild man’) and the institutions of an independent judiciary, a monarch as a judge of last resort, a jury, or’ thang’ or senate or parliament, or multiple houses of parliament, and a militia.
So yes, Propertarianism consists of the previously unwritten philosophy of (traditional) western civilization.
And as such it consists of libertarian(intellectual), classical liberal(political), and conservative (military).
And as such, yes it is a ‘conservative’ (aristocratic) philosophy.