Re: virus: Re: Virus: Sociological Change
Mon, 23 Dec 96 14:46:41 GMT

Wade T. Smith wrote:

> an-ar-chy n.
> 1. Absence of any form of political authority.

Does this necessarily mean that there is no government. IMO, it does,
but I suppose it's feasable to disagree.

> 2. Political disorder and confusion.

This could imply that there is a government, but it is ineffectual.

> 3. Absence of any cohesive principle, such as a common standard or
> purpose.

I would say that this also implies a lack of society and government.

> Noun: A lack of civil order or peace.

That's what would bother me most about anarchy

> disorder,

And that. I like things to be nicely organised. It's just the way I am :)

> lawlessness,

The whole point of anarchy, IMO

> misrule.

Interesting! I would consider anarchy to be lack of rule, and thus there
would be no place for misrule. Any thoughts on this?

> *********************************************************
> Wade T. Smith |'There ain't nothin' you
> | shouldn't do to a dog.'
Is this correct? If so, I didn't
realise that you were into that kind
of thing ;)

Richard Jones
"We are the New Breed,
We are the Future."