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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Who is suposed to be manichean?
    I'd say most libertarians in the world today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    I'd say most libertarians in the world today.
    To have a somewhat sense of right and wrong is not manicheism. Manicheisme is about opposing the Good (altruism, sacrifice) to the Evil (the end justify the means)*, while libertarians simply say that people should be free to choose if they want to be altruist or not, and that some means can never be justified.

    Libertarianism could be more about "chaos vs order" if we wanted to use stereotypes.


    *In this regard, socialist are clearly manicheist, and at the same time, represent perfectly the tow sides of the same coin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    To have a somewhat sense of right and wrong is not manicheism. Manicheisme is about opposing the Good (altruism, sacrifice) to the Evil (the end justify the means)*, while libertarians simply say that people should be free to choose if they want to be altruist or not, and that some means can never be justified.

    Libertarianism could be more about "chaos vs order" if we wanted to use stereotypes.


    *In this regard, socialist are clearly manicheist, and at the same time, represent perfectly the tow sides of the same coin.
    Yeah, yeah, it's not me its the other guy. I know the scripts. Probably heard them long before you adopted them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    Yeah, yeah, it's not me its the other guy. I know the scripts. Probably heard them long before you adopted them.
    It was supposed to be an argument?
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