clw_uk wrote:Have you read Das Kapital, The German Ideology or Anthi-Durhing?
A communist society is a classless, moneyless and stateless society. It's a society where power is spread amongst the people, where money is superfluous and where mans nature has shifted from an egotistical bent to an altruistic bent. In essence it's, as you say, "a kind of civilization where the structure is based on values rather than power, money, survival and basically greed."
Not only that but you started to discuss primitive communist systems, but then imagined this system but with the an advanced level of technology. Your analogy was identical to analogies employed by Marx and Engles in their works.
Your post would have been praised by them
Truth, kindness, generosity, honesty, integrity, equality, peace, intelligence, altruism, compassion, contribution, fairness, freedom, respect, modesty, resourcefulness, harmony, humility, nature, life, patience, selflessness, non-violence and many more."Based on values"
Excessive obsession over power, money, competition/survival and basically greed."...based on [...] rather than power, money, survival and basically greed."
I see the current human society as having advanced technology without much wholesome use."What I mostly see is the same humans as 5000-10 000 years ago, but with many technologically advanced and complicated toys."
I don't see how a society based on noble values can be considered as communist.