Haha Pete man, no offense, but the posts you made in this thread are about semantics.
Again, this looks like it should mean something, but it's just semantics about the word ideology.
maybe it's a language barrier, or maybe you're drunk again, but sorry dude, you can't just pretend your argument has weight and one-dimensionalise everyone else's points, that not how a discussion works.
lewis made this comparison that people with guilty conscience are worse than people with greed, because greed will end and the guilty conscience will not. but that has never been the case. greed, like the guilty conscience, is bottomless and people don't become less miserable over time.
but yes, without real examples in real life situations, any debate about political ideology will end up empty, because the ideas are meant for immediate application but you're making them abstract and exist in a vacuum.
or if you just set this thread up so you can regurgitate whatever it is smart thing you heard elsewhere, then fine, lemme get out of your way.