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Thread: Challenge daewoo to a debate on philsophy, morality and taxation

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    Challenge daewoo to a debate on philsophy, morality and taxation

    I challenge daewoo to support his dismissal of the following arguments:
    http://www.4forums.com/political/for...ideal-one.html
    http://www.4forums.com/political/eco...-taxation.html

    I do not expect him to accept this challenge, this thread however allows me to save myself trouble as I will link back to it if and when he repeats his dismissals.
    Morals are a religious Myth.. - Xcaliber
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    I am right until you prove otherwise - Xcaliber

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    Quote Originally Posted by daewoo View Post
    There would be nothing morally wrong with just passing a law that says "all profits in excess of $10 million must be reinvested in the company or used in other deductible investments".
    Such would be using the threat of force to coerce a group of individuals to do something that is within their rights not to do. i.e. it would not violate rights to have $11 million in profits thus it is immoral to prohibit it. The use of force for any reason other than protecting rights is immoral, see society based on volition.
    Morals are a religious Myth.. - Xcaliber
    How is Evil Immoral? - Xcaliber
    I am right until you prove otherwise - Xcaliber

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