Not so much in the interviews is about how the individual should be able to contribute to this future goal, work politically, organize, etc. A structural perspective is largely lacking, in addition to a more general criticism (which also affects the business world, the media, politicians, etc.) of the establishment and the state of things. It is togetherness as an ideal, but not so much in practice. This is true of what Farias and Lalljee (2005) found in their investigation. That those with new attitudes largely affirmed community and a larger whole, as vision and ideal, but basically had an individualistic attitude to life. Freud writes:
Self-imposed loneliness, distance from others, is the most closely related protection against the suffering that can emerge from human relationships. One realizes: the happiness one can achieve on this path is the tranquility of calm. Against the feared outside world, one can defend oneself only by somehow turning away from it, if one wants to solve this task only for oneself. But there is another and better way, namely that, as a member of the human community, you attack nature by means of scientifically led technology and submit to the will of a man. One then works together with everyone else on everyone's happiness (Freud's, 1929/2008, p. 415).