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I would point out that the conception of the state arose "organically", in the sense that basically all of our structures and hierarchies are socially constructed. With that in mind, would you see it as "wrong" if, upon finally ridding ourselves of ingrained hierarchical structures, we find ourselves rebuilding similar structures all over again? Do you find hierarchical structures of authority to be bad because you don't think they're "organic," or because you think there's a better way and you simply don't know what it is? Or perhaps you think our current structures are stale, and even rebuilding them in new ways would be helpful?



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