Of course it does. Your accusation of what enslavement is is probably the most liberal thing about this entire conversation. Education is enslavement. The mysticisms of the past are freedom. Religious councils aren't religious endoctrination establishments. Schools however are. See how wide your argument is? It can basically be assumed that anything you consider to be enslavement is enslavement.This is an interesting point, but still it depends on the goals of the enslavement. Neither one of these things disqualify the accusation of enslavement. Education is taught through generations, in schools, in public, etc. If the education at the schools is working with or not disarming the mindset of the public or what is thought by generations its really not helping on ending the enslavement, but instead handing it weapons to enslave.
Of course they are. In the real world, not the philosophical one you seem to inhabit freedom is measured by your ability to do certain things.I also don't think you use the treatment of diseases to decide enslavement. The improvement in living standards is no measure if people are enslaved or not.
Ah that makes absolutely sense. Being able to voice your concerns within a society do not correlate to freedoms. No offense but you're essentially making the argument that democracies, by extention the right to vote and the freedom to voice your social opinions are enslavement because governments have been so good at potraying them as something else. Well I guess that makes sense. If you were in the Matrix.A right to vote does not really exist, however, the privilege does not end enslavement by its very existence. It might very well if done by the enslaved of the mind might play into the enslavement. Only if they know what is truly freedom can they really be free and that voting could work to end enslavement.
Ah so then supporters of the free market can be enablers of enslavement too you're saying? Please define 'freedom' and 'enslavement' because you seem to be going by a definition I'm not aware of. This would clarify all your other arguments.Indeed. Let me just say this, to say that subsidies would be supported by any conservative is false or at least any conservative that know personality. I want to say that is a minor point to make, but I feel perhaps that is a major part of your argument here.
Regardless, thanks for the welcome.