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You missed the point by quite some way there dude.
The point is that almost any ideology can be arrived at by these three means. I used Ancap just as an example, it's not my own personal belief. Let's try another one, non-Marxist Socialism:
Deontology - Inequality is in itself immoral, and therefore there is a moral imperative to correct it wherever it occurs. Redistribution of wealth is therefore always good and something we should always do.
Consequentialism - Inequality leads to suffering, especially as there is a "diminishing returns" aspect to wealth whereby $1000 means nothing to a millionaire but would transform the life of some third-world serf. Therefore redistribution leads to the greatest possible aggregate outcome for society.
Virtue Ethics - Regarding other people as equal is how a good person should think. Your actions should therefore flow from that belief and will probably lead to redistribution of wealth in the real world.
See? The point I was making was that these three ethical schools are not linked to certain ideologies, that you can arrive at almost any ideology regardless of what school of ethics you follow, because that depends on what values you consider "good".