Re: Victimless crime

Michael Scarazzo (
Mon, 23 Nov 1998 12:49:43 -0800 (PST)

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---Max M <> wrote:
> Researcing tranhumanism in general I am studying humanism. Humansim
has an
> ethics system based on rationality and the right to have your own
> This, and some postings on this list got me thninking about laws and
> On the surface it sounds like a good idea to eliminate the
victimless crimes
> from the law, like drug abuse etc. But what about something like the
> laws, where there is no wictim at first for driving without a
license or in
> other recless ways. Certainly more people will be killed or maimed.
> this a too high price to pay for the added freedom? I havn't made my
mind up
> yet.
> Does anybody know any good sources of the abolishment of victimless

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