Notice the collective bias in all of this -- why does no one envision a future where the society is based around the individual and it is the government that has to struggle to exist? A populist everyman society where the state is not supreme?Historically, states have become more powerful and then more inefficient and then collapsed into anarchy.
Great point! Thank you. However, I think that is one conclusions that can be drawn from the 'Hunger Games' series. In a cold, entertainment-oriented society, as the one where this character dwells, survival of the fittest and the cagiest is the norm.The complete opposite of living in a 'loving one's neighbor as oneself' world - the Judeo-Christian model.
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