Anarchism is a very broad umbrella term for a group of political philosophies that are based on the idea that we can live as anarchists. We anarchists want a world without nations, governments, capitalism, racism, sexism, homophobia… without any of the numerous, intersecting systems of domination the world bears the weight of today. There is no single perfect expression of anarchism, because anarchism is a network of ideas instead of a single dogmatic philosophy.
What would the music industry be like without any laws on copyright? Such a scenario would only be feasible if artists do it only for the love of it; without getting into the business to mint money.
But the industry is also made of a lot of o…ther players of which the companies who contract the artists are the most important link between the artist and the general public.
Though with the rise in Internet Technologies, an artist can publish his works, be it a musical work or a video - Online. Thus making the recording company redundant. Such a scenario can also allow the artists to earn in terms of advertisement income through a software like AdManager Society without laws.
What would society be like with no laws? Just watch the movie "Mad Max from the 's starring Mel Gibson to see what that kind of insane society would be like.
It is an impossible concept. The collapse of law and order as we see it would rapidly be replaced by what someone else considered to be law and order in their interest.
No mater how you cut it some one will be there to force others to do what they want. Even In Mad Max there was a code that glued the villains together.
I might or might not like it What would the world be like without newtons laws? The world would be the same because the development of newton's laws was a development of an explanation for things that have been occurring for a long time.
Newton's laws e…xplain things, but an absence of those laws would make absolutely no difference to the world. What would your life be like without a government based on laws? It would be much shorter, much shorter. Think primitive societies; marauders, kidnapping, slavery, rape, and retribution, followed by more retribution.
Think injury and illnes…ses treated by appealing to the spirits and homemade concoctions; food safety by trial and error. It didn't take early humans long to discover that some rules really help a lot. Today, there are always those pockets of lawlessness that keep cropping up around the world where law is overthrown by guerrillas wielding machetes, rifles, and machine guns.
If a tribune did not like a law he would "veto" it. The verb "veto" literally means "I forbid" or "I prohibit". What is a society with no laws Share to: Our technology wouldn't be as state of the art today and many people wouldn't be able to make it through day to day situations without mathematics.
Why would people live in a lawful society? Why would they NOT? No laws would mean anarchy, since people no longer have a good sense of personal responsibility or ethics. Without laws we would revert to survival of the… fittest.
Stealing, assault, rampant drug usenot being safe in your own home. No traffic controlno police to protect anyonewould leave us all at the mercy of thugsthen the average citizen would have to resort to retaliation to stay alive.
The stress of living under constant threat would complete the breakdown of civilization completely. People would go mad and kill anyone they perceived as a threatand perhaps be driven to suicide.
Are we clear on this now?A Society Without Rules By Gary Horne A prosperous and free society is possible only when each individual is, by rule of law, protected from force imposed by others, especially those in his own.
Without laws, universally recognized standards of just conduct toward others, there is no society. Most of the laws, however, are not even recognized as such, they have become habitual or just “the right way”. Some are traditions, some seem to be instincts, all are part of the culture.
A world without law is not a world without guidelines. We are opposed to law because law is a way of understanding human conduct that was designed—and has been implemented—for social control rather than for the furtherance of justice. Imagine a world without law Socialism will be a society without law, but not without problems The Law Society of England and Wales represents 76, solicitors.
A Society Without Rules By Gary Horne A prosperous and free society is possible only when each individual is, by rule of law, protected from force imposed by others, especially those in his own. How a society channels male aggression is one of the greatest questions as to whether that society will survive.
That's why I am not against violence in the media, I am against the glorification of .