How do you define Socialism

Dec 2018
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New England
This would be my ideal definition: "the existence of a truly collective state of mind".

Begs a question: to what extent can it be possible... or true.
Honestly, I'm hard-pressed to think of anything more awful than a "truly collective state of mind." It's rather Orwellian (or at least Star Trek-ian).
 
Dec 2018
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London, UK
Honestly, I'm hard-pressed to think of anything more awful than a "truly collective state of mind." It's rather Orwellian (or at least Star Trek-ian).
It certainly can be and has been Orwellian... but from a spiritual stance you could find a community of Tibetan monks following such definition.
 
Nov 2012
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Rhondda
A read through these comments tells us that most here defending socialism really do believe that wealth is only acquired through fraud and that anyone who is not wealthy has been exploited. It's all a rather remarkable display of self-deception.
Well, kid, you know a vast deal about that I suppose. Stop kissing those fat posteriors and look some time, there's a good kiddiewink.
 
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