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CAN HUMANS FORM A "PERFECT" GOVERNMENT?
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cartesiandiver995
Jan 31, 2012
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There is a perfect form of government somewhere out there


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Jul 02, 2012
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Every human government is bound to fail sooner or later


joryrferrell
Jan 31, 2012
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People love taking away the rights of others. That's mainly why every nation to date has fallen. People can't stop stepping on others to feel superior or simply to 'have more'.

 
somebody57
Jan 31, 2012
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It is simply impossible. The "human condition" prevents any completely perfect thing to be formed by us. There will always be someone to ruin anything.

 
jonjax71
Feb 01, 2012
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There is no perfection, even nature and the cosmos are imperfect

 
Mark
Feb 08, 2012
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Perfection is an exceptionally arbitrary, and human, idea. It simply does not exist.

 
cartesiandiver995
Feb 26, 2012
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"THE US IS THE ONE PERFCT GOVERNMENT ON ALL OF HISTORY!!!"
Nobody's perfct.

 
Nicolas He
Aug 15, 2013
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The reason a perfect government can never be formed because every human is different, until we are robots we can't setup a perfect government. The only chance of having a perfect government is if humans were robots; no differences and feelings

 
Maureen Bumanlag
Jun 15, 2014
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"Perfect Government". That term would need more expounding sentences to concretely define what a "perfect" government is. If "perfect", by human nature, is defined by morality, who, then, defines morality? Morality is relatively subjective, towards anybody. Morality could be different in the views of another religion, another race, another fraternity. It's different. We're all different, a perfect government cannot be called perfect unless there is a certain criteria to follow, a certain standard, but even with a standard, people will continue to question eventually to bring down the government, when things get heated.

The "Pax Romana"(Roman Peace) was a time in Ancient Rome wherein there was prosperity, commerce grew and the empire expanded into a world super power, there was a certain time wherein everything was organized, everything was "perfect", in the eyes of the state and the eyes of the government, eventually, due to political squabbles, the Pax Romana fell due to the members of the Senate and the Emperor's alleged incompetency to deal with the German tribes, and the political unrest that was rising amidst the said "perfection" of the empire.

"Perfection" is subjective, and even if it was inspired by a criterion, it will eventually fail, due to human nature, humans are incapable of defining an organized government. A government is composed of individuals, one sign of weakness and one sign of incompetency will indeed make the government crumble slowly (something like Jenga pieces). Unless man learns how to create a government, wherein the foundation is centered on human sympathy for the marginalized and the oppressed (upon the nation's interests which is mostly the generic needs of a human being), there will be no such thing as a "perfect" constitution.



 
Maureen Bumanlag
Jun 15, 2014
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"Perfect Government". That term would need more expounding sentences to concretely define what a "perfect" government is. If "perfect", by human nature, is defined by morality, who, then, defines morality? Morality is relatively subjective, towards anybody. Morality could be different in the views of another religion, another race, another fraternity. It's different. We're all different, a perfect government cannot be called perfect unless there is a certain criteria to follow, a certain standard, but even with a standard, people will continue to question eventually to bring down the government, when things get heated.

The "Pax Romana"(Roman Peace) was a time in Ancient Rome wherein there was prosperity, commerce grew and the empire expanded into a world super power, there was a certain time wherein everything was organized, everything was "perfect", in the eyes of the state and the eyes of the government, eventually, due to political squabbles, the Pax Romana fell due to the members of the Senate and the Emperor's alleged incompetency to deal with the German tribes, and the political unrest that was rising amidst the said "perfection" of the empire.

"Perfection" is subjective, and even if it was inspired by a criterion, it will eventually fail, due to human nature, humans are incapable of defining an organized government. A government is composed of individuals, one sign of weakness and one sign of incompetency will indeed make the government crumble slowly (something like Jenga pieces). Unless man learns how to create a government, wherein the foundation is centered on human sympathy for the marginalized and the oppressed (upon the nation's interests which is mostly the generic needs of a human being), there will be no such thing as a "perfect" constitution.



 
Maureen Bumanlag
Jun 15, 2014
0 convinced
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"Perfect Government". That term would need more expounding sentences to concretely define what a "perfect" government is. If "perfect", by human nature, is defined by morality, who, then, defines morality? Morality is relatively subjective, towards anybody. Morality could be different in the views of another religion, another race, another fraternity. It's different. We're all different, a perfect government cannot be called perfect unless there is a certain criteria to follow, a certain standard, but even with a standard, people will continue to question eventually to bring down the government, when things get heated.

The "Pax Romana"(Roman Peace) was a time in Ancient Rome wherein there was prosperity, commerce grew and the empire expanded into a world super power, there was a certain time wherein everything was organized, everything was "perfect", in the eyes of the state and the eyes of the government, eventually, due to political squabbles, the Pax Romana fell due to the members of the Senate and the Emperor's alleged incompetency to deal with the German tribes, and the political unrest that was rising amidst the said "perfection" of the empire.

"Perfection" is subjective, and even if it was inspired by a criterion, it will eventually fail, due to human nature, humans are incapable of defining an organized government. A government is composed of individuals, one sign of weakness and one sign of incompetency will indeed make the government crumble slowly (something like Jenga pieces). Unless man learns how to create a government, wherein the foundation is centered on human sympathy for the marginalized and the oppressed (upon the nation's interests which is mostly the generic needs of a human being), there will be no such thing as a "perfect" constitution.



 


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