>>218977046>You can say the system incites greed, but it's still free choice.
You seem to get it but you refuse to understand.
The system creates hardship for statistically 80% of the population within it.
Then it dangles what it perceives as happiness in front of them.
These people, who have fallen in hardship because of this system, have no alternative but to adapt to it, or die.
And people will adapt. They will become souless in the face of the big money machine.
Cure the disease, not the symptom.>le jooz
I agree to disagree, talking about this will lead nowhere.>Meta-ethics
First, you can't just add ism to everything.
And second, that's exactly why I said that actual morality comes from religious values and traditionalism.>It doesn't work
So you're willing to support a system that incites greed, but not a system that has the potential to incite extremely positive and productive concepts?Sounds like poison talk to meJust a meme, don't get your panties in a bunch again>style and grace
I never once mention this.
This is very different from elegance. And everything, and I mean everything from quarks to quasars follows a very elegant design.
Capitalism is extremely unelegant. It complicates things to the extreme for no reason other than to oppress and force greed.>>218977494
The reason we don't shift back to Feudalism or a similar system is exactly the thing you want to ignore the most.
As I said, a certain force controls both wings through various means.
And until that force is removed, we will only stagnate towards capitalism.
It's like you're staring into the the giant approaching black hole, and all you can say is "nah that thing aint real".
Anyway, Demacia > Noxus.