Moral regulation must lead to the accumulation of unfinished situations in our system and to interruption of the organismic cycle.

Fritz Perls in Ego, Hunger, and Aggression

Morality is blockage: a needed and useful obstruction, for societies need agreed-upon procedures. Morality governs whose procedures. Even the most libertine keep a background ethic, however perverse it might seem to others. Here, we all face a problem, a negotiation between what we and others want and need. Through this procedure, we are always deferred, unfinished.

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