Ive often noticed how right-libertarian criticisms of left-libertarians look a lot like statist criticisms of libertarians in general.
My bud (I was going to say my compadre before I found out what it actually means) Stephan (who, I must in fairness point out, is by no means a right-libertarian across the board, but who nonetheless is incontinently* prone to reveling in his right-libertarian side whenever opportunity permits) seems bent on proving my point; he thinks its a score against left-libertarianism that these prosthetic legs were developed by a capitalist corporation. How is this different from the statists notion that the states provision of roads, mail service, and the like is some kind of score against libertarianism?
Votre théorie sarrête à ce quon voit, ne tient pas compte de ce quon ne voit pas.
* I use the term in the Aristotelean sense of excessive susceptibility to temptation, not in the medical sense of poor bladder control though the meanings are not unrelated.