Does an individual have a responsibility to maintain a community?

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Why should we be entitled to follow a set guideline to exist in a society?

An individual has a responsibility to maintain a community[edit]

  • Argument Argument If an individual is able to survive without the help of the community for a prolonged time, especially in regards to food, clothing, transportation, housing, tools, medicine, land ownership, cattle ownership, personal security, entertainment or companionship, he does not have a responsibility. However, as only very few individuals are able to achieve this, society is the natural habitat of humans.

An individual does not have a responsibility to maintain a community[edit]

  • Argument Argument To our knowledge we have free will, and therefore should be entitled to use our free will in a way that is not inhibited by society.

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