Let's say all technological advances stopped or rather reached a peak. Humans have solved all major world problems with this advancement. All basic material needs are met for the majority of the species. Would there still be a need a controlling force keeping governments separate, to make money, to keep an eye on its people? If there wasn't a need for any of these things, how would you think humans would advance with their existence? I would think people would let go of the traditional negatives of daily life (greed,racism,fear,jealousy etc.) and start to develop a sense of we are living on the same planet and everyone is as deserving as the next. The class system really imo is keeping us down. Keeping people safe is one thing keeping people under control is another. Then on the other hand we could slip in to a world where we become lazy and not giving a fuck about anything since we have no hardships or lessons to learn. Where the only vices of your day would be not having a good enough one. People indulging themselves on whatever they please good or bad for themselves and others. Idk really, I'm just feeling like as a much control you think you have or how much of a difference you think you could or are making in your own life as well as others there will always be something or someone to categorize and judge whatever is going on. Do we need so much security into knowing what is going on that we overlook something greater that could be happening? I think not knowing what, helps us realize that we don't need to know the so called 'truth','meaning' to life and leaves table open for anything. Infinite amounts of finite humans thoughts, thoughtful as the next. Where does wrong exist in infinity? All in your head.