Here is my original argument with corrections since my definition of "natural" was not correct.
I'm honestly starting to think capitalism and the free market are actually theological concepts, since their basis seems to be that of Creator/ethical ordained rights to own property. From a logical standpoint, it is apparent that conflict is inevitable based on our need to compete for limited space and resources, and ultimately the most successful animals are those which form cohesive groups and acquire territory by force. Much like America has done. In essence, an "evolutionary" market is the opposite of a free market, because the former requires coercion or force and the latter is dependent upon an ethical implicit agreement to respect the concept of "property". As such, I believe capitalism and the free market are constructs meant to abate the evolutionary course for a world that favors individuals. This seem highly counterintuitive since individuals are still prone to follow the evolutionary course and form cohesive groups which will conquer via coercion and force unless they are compelled by moral or ethical reasons not to do so. Therefore, the free market and capitalism are simply theological constructs based on a religious/ethical driven desire to respect the concept of property.