Not that anon, but that’s not what’s being advocated.
In fact, as you read on it’s an argument against that because commanding people to have emotions like love is absurd. Under capitalism, we’re already living in the hell that is created basing a society on emotions, but they’re as abstraction.
This is abundantly apparent in sectors like the service industry that demands an anodyne disposition, “service with a smile”, and that “the-customer-is-always-right” philosophy is internalized.
Instead, socialism attempts to ameliorate some of this by allowing more autonomy in the work place than under capitalism. No, this doesn’t mean basing the world on “feelings”, but creating environments that facilitate more positive emotions and psychological states in the world.
After all, why would we want socialism if it creates nothing but a population of depressed, angry, dissatisfied, and unhappy people.
Makes no sense.
While there would likely still be obligations that we would all need to attend to under socialism, the goal would still be to create an environment where the line between “obligation” and genuine desire to want to help others gets more and more blurred over time.
That’s at least the way I see it.