Most arguments in support of the established order assumes that laws and their enforcement can achieve a stable and orderly society. This notion fundamentally lies on a shifting foundation. Any society exists within a culture that alters and varies with the current world view that is shared with the institutions and organizations that dominate. Views of individuals that disagree with that consensus, usually pay a price for their refusal to accept the standard that permeates within. Most people seldom if ever question the standards, even if they are uncomfortable with some aspects of it. But does this reality invoke any moral basis for those norms?
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