People as different as the eerie Marquis de Sade and the critical Francis Bacon have been described historically as libertines by social analysts.
It was during the Martin Luther-led Protestant Reformation that humanity began investigating the political practicality of separating Church from State (or, folk rituals from natural resource profit distribution). This separation facilitated the development of socialism and the progression of democratic consumerism. However, some critics believe this incident also gave way to a moral looseness typified in today's AIDS-plagued, consumer gluttony gadget world.
In determining the proper civilization balance between morality advertisements and atheistic economic governance, one may wonder if a critical libertine may inquire as to how human society allowed economic industrialization to give way to liberal acid rain air pollution.
Do these considerations reflect the Information Age value of nature regret themed Hollywood (USA) movies such as "FernGully: The Last Rainforest" (1992)?
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?