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Saturday, October 15, 2005

Question of the Day #4

The virtue of non-coercion vs the Golden Rule : which is better, and why ?

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2 Comments:

At 10/16/2005 10:05 AM, Blogger Qalmlea declaimed...

Both have their problems. The classic example for the Golden Rule is the masochist. Both rules have a common problem, though. The administration of "justice" for one who breaks whichever rule is certainly coercive, and is unlikely to be what anyone would like done to themselves.

Given a choice between these two, I would choose non-coercion. It does not require me to believe that what I want done to me is what someone else wants done to them. However, in the absence of a system for dealing with those who do not follow the system, neither rule will be very useful.

 
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