Is it the case that involunary dissociation is the flip side of voluntary association? What if we did it the other way around and practiced involuntary association and voluntary dissociation? Would that be so horrible? It would seem to me about equally horrible. Thick voluntarism without compromise, if it existed, would imply voluntary association and voluntary dissociation. Come and go as you please. Assuming (strictly for the sake of argument) that thick voluntarism is impossible, should we not at the very least strive for voluntarism that is thickerer?