So basically I would have to be in agreement with them? Here is my problem. These people justify the equalization of the profit. They say that because the businessman is dependent on workers, they deserve an equal profit as him. That the only reason the businessman has what he has, is because of them.
Okay, I've ran into an argument from altruists lately that really irritates me. I know it is wrong, but am not sure how to say it. The argument is that people need others in order to create things. That the businessman cannot grow his business without hiring workers. So the businessman is dependent on the workers. It says that in order for a person to create, they must be a slave of the collective in a way. So if anyone could clear this up for me, thanks.