- Matthew Tupper
- United Kingdom
How much regulation are you willing to tolerate (accept?) in exchange for not having to take personal responsibility for your actions?
Has regulation gone too far in removing individual's responsibilities? Are we hindering our ability to function as a society with extraneous legislation?
Is there a correct amount of legislation/intervention? And how would we go about measuring this? We are all going to have our own opinions on what is too interventionist, so how do we choose the correct level?
Is it possible to remove the intentionally obtuse regulations that currently exist?
There is a lot of room, in my opinion, for a renegotiation of the relationship between individual's responsibilities and the state's.
I would like to thank Kris Rosvold for his comments on another conversation I started, which has prompted me to start this conversation.