gmkarl at gmail.com
Thu Oct 15 18:33:38 PDT 2020
On 10/15/20, grarpamp <grarpamp at gmail.com> wrote:
>> freedom of association?
> Similar inquiry may be to look at planet from above,
> observe any propensity that variations within humanity
> may tend to associate more often with themselves, or not.
> Consider removal of all government, all borders, maps,
> place names... what then of any propensities.
> Would humans species not be expected similar to any
> observable associative tendencies of variations within species
> of animal kingdom... ant colonies, birds, dogs, bacteria,
> fish, worms... or not.
> If no associative bias is found, great.
> If something is found, then admit it, and that it is unchangeable
each association has contexts and reasons, which themselves have
contexts and reasons.
> embraceable part of nature for which legislating false morals
> or imparting external / unnatural forces, can prove dangerous
> due to other things found inherent to nature, such as when
> cornering an animal.
>> easier to cooperate if you are of the same
> Then in either case world can return from the
> endless subject bullshit back to whatever
> cooperation among free animals running about.
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