From my observation of the world, the untamed human is attributed to; egocentric, judgmental, demand for needs, desire satisfaction, the tendency of physical comfort and material possession over spiritual values. In contrast I think a better society needs a tamed human, developed to be considerate, rational, selfless, attentive, humble, content with the urge for unity, and that is most likely to be attained by uplifting the spiritual values through sacrifice and open to learn with humility.
An example in relation to a child growing up, deemed more of the interest to play than to learn, cry for more of what they want than they need, so what could that lead to if total freedom is granted to them and left not guided (controlled)?
I know guidance might defer from control, but from this point of view a total freedom might tend to be controlled in a form of a guidance. On that note; if not controlled or guided, does total freedom inculcate negligence and ignorance?