The fallacy of the poles of conservative/capitalism and liberal/communism can be summed up in this statement:
One man’s work is another man’s war and one man’s war is another man’s work.
Life feeds on life.
This present state of one man being oppressed by another will be rectified when the individual has admittance to a utilitarian technology that is advanced enough to be applied toward an individual sustainability.
The pivotal philosophies then will not be self defeating.
Vincent E. Sucec 2/25/09
Morality is based on, has evolved, through the need for equal distribution – the portion. Portions create economics, social strata and structure.
If you have to enforce fairness it isn’t fairness. The statement “freedom isn’t free” describes this illogical premise.
Conservatism will always be the vehicle, the catalyst for antagonism, upheaval and therefore “cause” social change.
Liberalism desires to safeguard the portions to insure fairness, but how can you distribute the portions equally without “minimum wage” workers to distribute?
There is no perfectly equal / moral portion of anything in the material world. It is an impossibility. Man must rise above this superstition through conceptualizing a perpetual abundance – then the social strata will follow suit.
The gap between supply and demand in social terms is the gap between the scientist and the leader. Through social revolt and renascence this gap closes.
Our superstitions of getting our fair share describes mans current incapacity in grasping the meaning of utility. That is why we are subconsciously superstitious of anything “free.”
When we can elect leaders who are scientists our reactionary attitudes will have evolved.