I think we are 100% responsible of our own beliefs and actions or behavior BUT not for our drunk neighbor or anything that is done without our consent and against our will will. This describes governments of-course and to a certain extend religion as one has a choice in what to believe. According to contract doctrines and so called laws there could be NO social contract without the informed consent and will of free people.
All government have a fatal contradiction that destroys their ”raison-d’être”, their legitimacy. If they claim to have suppressed slavery then logically they cannot enforce any of their so called ”laws” or rules against your will and or without your consent as doing so is claiming to rule you as a master reducing you by force to slavery. These masters rightly believe that the slave who believes to be free is much more productive than the one who knows is being exploited to his detriment.
The fact that they still do it cannot be construed as consent since we all comply under duress as we all know they will always find somebody willing (by complicity or sheer ignorance and obeying orders) to use force to jail you or worse in order to gain your properties (energy) and silence you.
The effect of this fact on society could be seen as a values, and these value are violence and domination. So our societies value violence.
Law societies are very aware of that state, are you? Maybe that is why they call it the state. Ignorance of what is is no excuse, but to whom? Are we responsible? Who should turn on the light? This gives you more questions than answers, no? A hint : when awareness becomes greater than ignorance.