—” That is exactly the problem I see in every political, ethical or moral claims. They never blame the system they create. It always guy XYZ fault. My program for human works perfectly but when I put the value “human” in it. It crashed. Dawm you… humans!!!”—
Are you sure that makes sense? (No it doesn’t’)
Does that mean that we should satisfy the demand for criminality? That’s what you’re saying. (Yes you are).
There is a difference between trying to get humans to do something unequally good and prohibiting them from doing things that are equally bad (crime).
So yes, we can govern with the humans we have as long as we limit the reproduction of the undesirables, where undesirable is a demonstrated behavior (failure). Yes, we can govern with the humans we have, if we don’t expect behavior from them without institutions to enforce it. And if those institutions are possible. Via negativa defense of ourselves from predation is a universal demand.
Humans are just like any other semi-domesticated animal. They require training. And some of them are beneficial and some are hazardous to others, the order that makes their quality of life possible, and the gene pool itself.
I have no problem with the truth. Why do you? 😉