} However, free human beings do not want slaves; slaves are an encumbrance.
} (In an image: each slave has only one chain, the slave-'master' has
} On the other hand, free human beings might want *servants*, whom they
} would pay a proper wage.
Oh no, not this claim again. What wages do dogs get paid? Cows?
Humans are different, you say? How? They're sentient, yes. Now assume
a dairy cow has been made sentient. What practical difference does that
make to us?
I suppose this debate depends on the definition of 'slave'. Is a human
enslaved if they serve your every wish willingly?
-xx- Damien R. Sullivan X-) <*> http://www.ugcs.caltech.edu/~phoenix
Jeane L. Dixon, world renowned psychic, died Saturday (1/25) at age 79.
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