Any society is corrupt on varying levels. What I'm interested in is, does a well functioning society work better with corruption? The problem is that corruption is deep rooted and often works in favour for those with the most influence and power, but people are often neglected. If corruption didn't exist, would society exist? Do corruption and society work hand in hand?
I'm not so sure on this. Well...?
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Is it possible to build a society that isn't corrupt? watch
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Last edited by I'm clever; 08-04-2011 at 21:30.
- 08-04-2011 21:29
- 09-04-2011 00:16
The problem is not the society but it's the people.
As long as we are organically wired for survival we are bounded by self-interest.
Want a perfect society/utopia, get a bunch of super intelligent robots to be our leaders and law enforcers, drug/condition everyone within the society to be emotionless and voila!
Just like that equilibrium movie, all we have to hope for is that there wont be a Keanu Reaves to ruin the whole thing.
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- 09-04-2011 00:24
Not if Humans are in it