[ExI] Political Relativism (was very informative)
William Flynn Wallace
foozler83 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 31 01:39:23 UTC 2020
May I assume that you don't think civil tort liability (from which
regulation is often a shield) could adequately address negative
I don't know enough about it to respond. I don't know what the shield
means. I do know that an individual has a very difficult time suing a big
corporation, which can fille motions and keep the case in the court for
years, and most people can't afford to pay a lawyer to keep up with that.
They need some pro bono lawyer group to take their case and those are
limited. bill w
On Wed, Dec 30, 2020 at 7:34 PM Anton Sherwood via extropy-chat <
extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:
> On 2020-12-30 17:00, William Flynn Wallace via extropy-chat wrote:
> > Anton, if I am reading this right, you are a right wing
> > authoritarian.
> I stripped the signs as redundant because I used the verbal label; the
> quiz (for all its obvious faults) calls me a mid-right libertarian.
> > [....] Free market, yes, but in some cases highly regulated, like
> > the businesses that deal with food or drugs, for safety's sake.
> > Others need regulation for pollution problems. In other words, a
> > corporation should not be allowed to endanger anyone, and they will
> > if you let them. I don't trust people to put their net profits aside
> > and do good for humanity. [....]
> May I assume that you don't think civil tort liability (from which
> regulation is often a shield) could adequately address negative
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