You said yourself your friggin ideology was based less on consumerism and more on human needs and spiritual needs. How the HELL would spiritual needs incorporate secularism? Thats all i need to know.
Your ideology does not advocate secularism as much as you claim it can have secular ethics which it obviously cant. If you don't believe in the sanctity of secularism you shouldn't be talking about the economy.I'm wondering why we are discussing this topic any more. I have yet to see any real comprehension from you on this topic. At least try and get a grip on what I'm actually saying and advocating.
Where they in someway associated to a religion? The thing with your ideology is, it varies from person to person depending on what religion they would like to see a distributive economy worked with. You for example have the "christian view". So naturally you would want to incorporate that with your distributive ideology? Thats all i need to know, ive lost all respect at that point.Was Thomas Jefferson a Catholic? Was Henry George? Was Peter Kropotkin or Lewis Mumford or Kirkpatrick Sale or the Southern Agrarians?
Also you haven't answered my questions on child labour laws or gov't [/QUOTE]
The hell does that have to do with spirituality?