>Yes, someone once pointed out to me that no one invented capitalism. It
>arises spontaneously from the natural order of life. Knowing that changes
>forever the way one looks at socialist ideology.
This is only true if you're talking about capitalism in a very abstract sense. Keep in mind that capitalism as we know it could not exist without inventions like intellectual property, contract law, the limited liability corporation, etc. I don't see any of these things as more self-evident than some socialistic notions - for instance the right of workers to form unions and bargain collectively.