As I was typing this one single question, I thought of more:
- Does your definition of “poor” predicate itself on things needed to live? Or does it involve definitions based on relative wealth?
- If the government capital “O” Ought provide for the poor, does this include those who choose to put themselves in that group of people defined in question #1?
- I.E. If a person chooses to be poor, is the government still bound by the Ought?
- If you could compel a citizen to work in a pure socialist state, why can’t you do the same in this one?