If philosophy were a required course, we’d all be in a lot of trouble. Too many people would be confronted with the relativity of their deeply held considerations on everything.
The ones that scare us the most are those who realize that all of our rights are people-given and based on nothing more than the popular consideration.
You can decide on what you want and what you don’t want, but at it’s logical conclusion, you still have to admit that it’s all fundamentally arbitrary.
It’s really just you against everyone else, bartering your beliefs so you aren’t terribly alone.