Frank Apisa wrote:
. . . I am willing to surrender my person license . . . to government. . . .
Well, that is what makes society livable, that so many are of your inclination, including myself, BTW. What I was inquiring was whether you feel the desire for license may itself be reduced by law.
Tough question for me to answer, because I am not especially enamoured of the kind of "license" of which we are speaking.
It appears that we, as humans, tend to inure to situations as we evolve and progress. There was a time when the thought of women having rights equal to those of men would have been unthinkable. But now it is commonplace.
The idea of blacks progressing to where they are now seemed unimaginable in my youth, but it is what it is now.
The notion that gays would be as welcome in society as they are now is astounding...considering where we were just decades ago.
So, maybe law (or societal change) can actually impact on the desire of which you speak.
We will find out, because I am almost sure that personal privacy, for instance, is going to take hits during the coming decades that will make the current controversy seem silly.