Thank you for giving it considered thought and even better of course that you like it. I don’t romanticize the systems in any way here of course. I, too, see them as a necessary evil that would be nice to have managed properly, gathered properly, services discussed, more choice in the matter via different routes, etc etc … and we should of course work to better the relationship for the most functional and satisfactory society possible – if we’re society-building/maintaining. But what was doing by considering taxation-as-biological is to see it as a symbiotic system of some kind and, actually, I’d go so far as to consider it thermodynamic (for every thermodynamic system is ‘leaky’ and contributes to the environment while the environment helps objects maintain their structural integrities, etc). But that’s just the weird way of my brain. I appreciate that you took the time to challenge what I was saying and give it consideration: a rarity.

Thank you for giving it considered thought and even better of course that you like it.
I don’t romanticize the systems in any way here of course. I, too, see them as a necessary evil that would be nice to have managed properly, gathered properly, services discussed, more choice in the matter via different routes, etc etc … and we should of course work to better the relationship for the most functional and satisfactory society possible – if we’re society-building/maintaining.
But what was doing by considering taxation-as-biological is to see it as a symbiotic system of some kind and, actually, I’d go so far as to consider it thermodynamic (for every thermodynamic system is ‘leaky’ and contributes to the environment while the environment helps objects maintain their structural integrities, etc).
But that’s just the weird way of my brain. I appreciate that you took the time to challenge what I was saying and give it consideration: a rarity.

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