Quote from Roy Fokker
Which is why the government passed the REAL ID Act.
Sorry, just because someone refuses to own an ID for philosophical or moral reasons doesn't mean they are "not motivated enough for participate in society".
Make me an ID that is non-invasive and I'll carry one for your consideration.
Your point would be valid, except.
It's already QUITE mandatory to truly participate in society. If you don't want to have one for PHILOSOPHICAL or MORAL purposes, then how can you conscience a social security number? And without that, how can you work, buy anything on credit, or otherwise 'participate' in society?
Simply put, if this is a philosophical or moral issue for you, then voting is the least of the burdens you face.
You might be correct that philosophical or moral rationales might be a sufficient motivation to NOT participate in society, but then, you can't really complain when society doesn't accommodate such views.
I know that you are libertarian and a disdain for government is status quo, and, I'll submit, probably even healthy. But. You shouldn't expect the government to reach out to YOU when you want none of it.
I see no inherent conflict with the thought that addressing the government requires minimally accessing it.