The Soul of Man under Socialism, Oscar Wilde
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Oscar Wilde

The Soul of Man under Socialism

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First socialism and Bible-
Christ encourages individualism (not owning a property) well guess what , God has given Canaan for the Jews to own so... you've got to stop Using the scriptures out of context and using a Socialist Christ , God let the people choose their kings and even commanded them to follow authority.
Second, socialism and authority and influence, does it propose to demolish education then? since it's the primary culprit of setting standards and influence in this world . following the influences of the society, in opinion or on what is good or bad hinders people ... (anyway i dont get this part ,a lot of contrasts )
And third socialism and competition - In my opinion a world without competition is the most demoralizing situation man will ever face, when goods have no value and initiatives are not given recognition, when people stop working because that is "what man is" without drivers, then instead of what the author believes to be a eutopia, we'll get a dead planet.

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I probably just fundamentally disagree with his ideas on a political level but understand and sympathize with his ideas specifically regarding the free expression of art.

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it is much more easy to have sympathy with suffering than it is to have sympathy with thought
The majority of people spoil their lives by an unhealthy and exaggerated altruism—are forced, indeed, so to spoil them. They find themselves surrounded by hideous poverty, by hideous ugliness, by hideous starvation. It is inevitable that they should be strongly moved by all this. The emotions of man are stirred more quickly than man’s intelligence; and, as I pointed out some time ago in an article on the function of criticism, it is much more easy to have sympathy with suffering than it is to have sympathy with thought. Accordingly, with admirable, though misdirected intentions, they very seriously and very sentimentally set themselves to the task of remedying the evils that they see. But their remedies do not cure the disease: they merely prolong it. Indeed, their remedies are part of the disease.
Disobedience, in the eyes of anyone who has read history, is man’s original virtue.
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