Why are natural societies comparatively free of law?
and Why are primitive societies considered cruel?
- 4 weeks agoFavourite answer
From what I could look up quickly, natural societies seems to stem from a "green anarchist" philosophy. So should be few to no laws, probably will have a philosophy of how to interact though.
Primitive societies are sometimes considered cruel as they had less of an understanding of the world around them. Gave into superstition and fear of the unknown. Often lived in a world where they had to protect themselves sometimes violently. Though some of this description is not that different from some of our modern day living neighbors, unfortunately.