Originally Posted by demokritosdeath
Actually, I agree with this. It's a part of why I advocate rejecting society as a whole.
One point on your response to nullspace:
This is a common fallacy. You see it all the time when somebody advocates voting in a large-scale election. You're not responsible for what other individuals do.
And that is assuming, of course, that "things falling apart" isn't the desired result. In a vacuum, I'd be happy if democracy were to fall apart because I view it as an irrational and dangerous system, but I won't get too political in OOT.
It's not really a fallacy because it is just used to further a point. If it was known I killed somebody with no consequences, and my neighbor decides to do the same thing afterwards, it's not my fault but there is some causation. Hypothetically if nobody judged him, then they wouldn't be judging anybody, and things change then.
Your viewpoints are a little too radical and sophomoric for me
. I must be getting old cause I don't view society and democracy collapsing as a good thing anymore.