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Kristin Kay
Kristin Kay

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I didnt know precisely why this was, back in 1997. But I had plenty of time to think, and I came up with a theory that sums up all of my experience with Marxism. THe more I thought about it, the more it made sense. The more I thought about it, the more profound its implications were. The argument is that all of these totalitarian ideologies are in some fundamental sense the ideology of the losers. The losers of the world, both individually and collectively. They are by definition the failed. And if you are the loser, the only thing left to do is to take what they have, and want to control them with force. This is where I drew the line, and heres why:

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The author tackles the issue of free speech vs autonomy vs totalitarism head-on. The short version is he argues that neither side seems to have a winning argument, so that the best we can do is finding a mutually acceptable compromise based on pursuing an idealistic but practical ideal of human equality.

Certainly, the author appreciates the complaints about the slippery slope, but he takes issue with the criticisms because he thinks that they assume that totalitarianism is fundamentally bad, when in his opinion, totalitarianism can be a useful tool if used properly; totalitarianism can be used to eliminate the most violent and deadly among us while allowing the rest of us to continue to live. The first problem here is that the author seems to assume that totalitarianism, especially in the U.S., is going to be used primarily for the most violent and deadly among us. A regime that condones and actively supports the slaughter of innocent women and children cannot use it to save innocent lives, its too dangerous, so youre screwed if you use it for non-lethal targets. At the same time, I have to wonder if theres not a disconnect here between the values that the author is using to judge the acceptability of a tool, and the values that he thinks that the tool will be used for. If the author isnt aware of the flaws in the system that justify a tool that he disapproves of, I think he isnt making a meaningful attempt to criticize that system and he has to accept the risks as the price of his disapproval.


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