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 God Man    677

Social laws are essentially cognitive-dissonance sieves that filter out the seeming urgency of developing permanent, rational solutions to an unavoidable behavioral phenomenon for which a given period's median human intelligence is insufficient to fully comprehend.

 

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 God Man    677

I believe that it is possible to create a few very simple, axiomatic principles or laws that can work as ground rules for any kind of society. They would form a foundation for civilzed co-existence and provide the means for ultimately respolving any dispute.

Our current societies have a dizzying number of rules and laws, completely incomprehensible as a whole, and full of self-contradictions and exceptions. They seem to be mostly an accumulative pile of compromises and short-sighted thinking, now acting as a neurotic social mind for our society, used as a basis for manipulation of populations and for self-serving interpretations.

I believe that truth is inherently simple, and that a sane society doesn't need more than a handful of laws. Basic laws should be such that any person can understand them and remember them in their entirety without difficulty. They should have no exceptions.

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 God Man    677

Here are a few suggestions as to what they might be:

 

Basic Premises:
- The human spirit is fundamentally and inherently benevolent.

- All manifestations of life are inherently interconnected and interdependent.

Fundamental Intention:
- To improve the quality of life.

Fundamental Rule of Judgement:
- The greatest benefit and the minimal harm for the widest domains of life.

Freedoms:
- Any person is free to think, feel, act and express themselves in whichever manner they are able to choose with integrity.

- Any person is free to leave circumstances they don't choose to participate in.

Limitations:
- No person is allowed to deliberately and arbitrarily remove the possibility for others to think, feel, act or express themselves as they choose.

- No person is allowed to deliberately render common resources useless or unavailable.

Guidelines:
- Strive to affect others in ways they can comfortably experience.

- Strive to be tolerant of any experience.

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 DRUMZ    1,047
4 minutes ago, God Man said:

Basic Premises:
- The human spirit is fundamentally and inherently benevolent.

Definition of benevolent

1a : marked by or disposed to doing good 

a benevolent donor

b : organized for the purpose of doing good 

a benevolent society

2: marked by or suggestive of goodwill 

benevolent smiles

True?

I think so.

9 minutes ago, God Man said:

Fundamental Rule of Judgement:
- The greatest benefit and the minimal harm for the widest domains of life.

 

 

Or.......

How have you loved me (God.)

And how have you loved your neighbor? 

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 God Man    677

We can not judge the relative rightness or wrongness of certain actions simply based on what specific actions are done or based on a specific outcome. The whole situation needs to be assessed, and the intentions of the parties involved need to be elicited.

Integrity is a very important element in a set of universal social rules. However, integrity is a concept that has been conspicuously absent from the practice of law in recent times. It has become all too common to apply law to get away with what one can, without regard to integrity.

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 God Man    677
27 minutes ago, DRUMZ said:

How have you loved me (God.)

And how have you loved your neighbor? 

:iagree:

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 DRUMZ    1,047
26 minutes ago, God Man said:

We can not judge the relative rightness or wrongness of certain actions simply based on what specific actions are done or based on a specific outcome. The whole situation needs to be assessed, and the intentions of the parties involved need to be elicited.

Integrity is a very important element in a set of universal social rules. However, integrity is a concept that has been conspicuously absent from the practice of law in recent times. It has become all too common to apply law to get away with what one can, without regard to integrity.

Definition of integrity

1: firm adherence to a code of especially moral or artistic values : incorruptibility

2: an unimpaired condition : soundness

3: the quality or state of being complete or undivided : completeness

ok, so that is one dictionary's definition of the word "integrity."

 

Definition of law

1a (1) : a binding custom or practice of a community : a rule of conduct or action prescribed (see prescribe 1a) or formally recognized as binding or enforced by a controlling authority

(2) : the whole body of such customs, practices, or rules 

The courts exist to uphold, interpret, and apply the law.

 

(3) : common law

b (1) : the control brought about by the existence or enforcement of such law 

preservedlaw and order in the town

 (2) : the action of laws considered as a means of redressing wrongs; also : litigation

developed the habit of going to law over the slightest provocation

 —H. A. Overstreet

(3) : the agency of or an agent of established law 

When he saw that the fighting was escalating, he called in the law.

c : a rule or order that it is advisable or obligatory to observe 

a law of self-preservation

d : something compatible with or enforceable by established law 

The decrees were judged not to be law and were therefore rescinded.

e : control, authority 

The child submits to no law.

2a often capitalized : the revelation of the will of God set forth in the Old Testament

b capitalized : the first part of the Jewish scriptures : pentateuch, torah — see bible table

3: a rule of construction or procedure 

the laws of poetry

4: the whole body of laws relating to one subject 

criminal law

 

probate law

5a : the legal profession 

studied for a career in law

b : law as a department of knowledge : jurisprudence

c : legal knowledge 

a man with much history but little law

6a : a statement of an order or relation of phenomena that so far as is known is invariable under the given conditions 

a law of thermodynamics

 

Boyle's law

b : a general relation proved or assumed to hold between mathematical or logical expressions

— at law: under or within the provisions of the law 

enforceable at law

So when you boil it right down.....

What is LAW really????

Think really hard now!!!!!!

words

Now let us boil the word "integrity" down,

You ether have it...

Or you don't.

  

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 DRUMZ    1,047

And another thought....

Just cause im buzzed?/

"Law" can NEVER take away one's "integrity," however;

One with integrity CAN and SHOULD  make only "just" laws, and work to rid society of "unjust" laws and regulations.

In other words..

Law CANNOT remove integrity, 

but integrity CAN remove laws. 

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 God Man    677

Simply stated, government has expanded to epic proportions and needs to be reduced to a small fraction of its current size.

What happened to a government by and for the people?  How many people would like to have a government by and for the people again?  I would like to see National poll numbers.

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 God Man    677
14 minutes ago, DRUMZ said:

And another thought....

Just cause im buzzed?/

"Law" can NEVER take away one's "integrity," however;

One with integrity CAN and SHOULD  make only "just" laws, and work to rid society of "unjust" laws and regulations.

In other words..

Law CANNOT remove integrity, 

but integrity CAN remove laws. 

Ohhh, thats pretty damn good work there. :cheers:

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 DRUMZ    1,047
5 minutes ago, God Man said:

Simply stated, government has expanded to epic proportions and needs to be reduced to a small fraction of its current size.

What happened to a government by and for the people?  How many people would like to have a government by and for the people again?  I would like to see National poll numbers.

 

6 minutes ago, God Man said:

Simply stated, government has expanded to epic proportions and needs to be reduced to a small fraction of its current size.

Federal govt. is out of control. It started out with little township's all having a say. And now look at things?

What happened to a government by and for the people?

We kissed and voted it good bye.

How many people would like to have a government by and for the people again? 

Anyone from ANY country that still has red blood and a brain!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

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