well probably not. i had the chance once and it didn't result in obsessive argumentation.
well actually it did but i was in danger of losing my life at the time and now i am not so much.
in any case i have to remember that the problem with totalization whether it occurs at the level of the state or of the individual is the violence towards the inassimilable.
of all people i should know this.
in the case of the state the inassimilable is the exception or the singularity which cannot be recouped in universal history.
in the case of the individual the inassimilable is the point of otherness or precisely the frontier of exposure to the other: "the devil" or "the presence of somebody else in me": the threat of non-autonomy that occurs paradoxically within a singularity that is a singularity but only so as consisting entirely in exteriority. that is the secret of a place which dismantles identity while fixing an event which paradoxically cannot be fixed. which is to say that the event of "I" names nothing while occuring in a particular constellation of outside influences be it an always changing constellation.
practically speaking though the objection to individualism is that it ignores consequences and the collective and specifically consequences for the collective. it may even be shown to be suicidal in that if i eat everything there will be nothing left for me to eat. absolute spirit = death.