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(Original post by NikNak)
Sharon? - Have I missed something here?
I read that somewhere.
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You should always question authority!

Anarchism baby!! lol
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Does anyone know the route of the protest against Bush for next Thursday?? Please let me know if you do..

And for anyone else (..and Vienna if you change your mind) who wants to come I have some legal info that might be useful because apparently the police will be out in full force on Thursday..
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(Original post by Elle)
You should always question authority!

Anarchism baby!! lol
You would hate anarchism if it was really implemented.
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You would hate anarchism if it was really implemented.
How do you know?? I guess it depends on what type of anarchism is implemented.
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How do you know?? I guess it depends on what type of anarchism is implemented.
I think I would hate to be under a strict controlled government where I had no freedom more than anarchism..
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I think I would hate to be under a strict controlled government where I had no freedom more than anarchism..
What is better, freedom to or freedom from?
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(Original post by Elle)
I think I would hate to be under a strict controlled government where I had no freedom more than anarchism..
we arent under a strict controlling government though
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I think I would hate to be under a strict controlled government where I had no freedom more than anarchism..
I don't think you would. In many respects it would be just as detrimental to the populace as a strict comtrolled government.
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What is better, freedom to or freedom from?
freedom to, of course. hello mr white, youve returned!
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What is better, freedom to or freedom from?
Freedom to.. definatley..

For example freedom from being assaulted would be that you couldn't walk down the street on your own..

I wouldn't want an environment like that..
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Freedom to.. definatley..

For example freedom from being assaulted would be that you couldn't walk down the street on your own..

I wouldn't want an environment like that..

But it would be more likely to occur under an anarchic state.
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I don't think you would. In many respects it would be just as detrimental to the populace as a strict comtrolled government.
Perhaps.. but as someone said there are different degrees of anarchy- so I'd take my chances with that..
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But it would be more likely to occur under an anarchic state.
What I meant was that freedom from would mean that the state would want to prevent you from doing things.. so that they could stop bad things happening.
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What I meant was that freedom from would mean that the state would want to prevent you from doing things.. so that they could stop bad things happening.
Well surely that is a good thing. Society needs some sort of structure, anarchy would quite literally result in chaos.
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By the way I'd just like to point out that I'm not an anarchist.. I want to study Law and the two wouldn't work together

I was just commenting on which I would prefer out of the two extremes..
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Well surely that is a good thing. Society needs some sort of structure, anarchy would quite literally result in chaos.
Maybe. But we haven't had an anarchic society to prove or dis-prove that theory so we don't really know.
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Maybe. But we haven't had an anarchic society to prove or dis-prove that theory so we don't really know.
G4ry, will you be going on the march?
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Unfortunately i will be doing my mundane job and will be un-able to. I wouldn't march anyway, i'd have better plans for Mr Bush than a little march.
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Maybe. But we haven't had an anarchic society to prove or dis-prove that theory so we don't really know.

During times of political upheavel and radical change we have seen the effects of temporary anarchy. During revolution etc throughout history. From this we know that it causes untold chaos.
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