Any time you have “one overriding idea”, and push your idea as a superior ideology, you’re going to be wrong. [...] It’s all BS. The fact is, reality is complicated, and not amenable to the “one large idea” model of problem solving. The only way that problems get solved in real life is with a lot of hard work on getting the details right. Not by some over-arching ideology that somehow magically makes things work.
You might say – and it’s certainly been done – that libertatians fall into the One Big Idea camp. But greater personal liberty is desirable precisely because it recongizes the need for people to work on getting their own particular details right, instead of dictating those one-size-fits-all solutions from above.