: Not where social equality requires that some poeple are reduced or held back in order to 'raise' others
Sounds fine to me, but then, right now, people are forced downa nd held back to allow the advancement of others...
: Yes, where equality demands that some people produce for others on an involuntary basis there is no individual sovereignty.
And whoever advocated that on this board?
: Us v them. This 'class' v that 'class' - the view of man as being part of a group, not as an independant entity.
What about me v. the world? My collective self versus 'the community' which is a common enough premise deployed by individualists. And you still haven't demonstrated *why* us are against them.