Re: virus: Virus: Sociological Change
Mon, 2 Dec 96 09:18:20 GMT

Lior wrote:

> > > *Is there a format for society where change is easily obtainable if the people want it?
> >
> > Anarcho-capitalism.
> Anarchy's good. What Drakir asks is actually whether we can create a
> functional society. Well yes. Almost. Once the tribal social structre
> <see Morris, Desmond> is satisfied, you can build an utterly functional
> society. I once developed a model for such a society, but it's too late
> to phrase it here.

That is exactly what I'm asking, yes! I studied politics for 2 years, and
we looked at a number of theories about different parts of society, ie Freedom,
Equality, government, democracy, etc...

I have, all that time, not heard a convincing theory that totally covers
all aspects of the state, and makes them so that there is little to criticize.
I really do wonder if there is such a thing as a "perfect" state.

Do you have a pre-written version of your model for society somewhere on the
net, or that you could post to the list. I realise that such a thing may
be quite large, and if it's not easily done, then not to worry.

Richard Jones
"We are the New Breed,
We are the Future."