Thursday, July 5, 2012

Describing an Ideal World

Contents:
The Purpose and intention of the writing:
Why should I think about worlds that do not exist or are improbable?
State how the following things would be in an ideal world:
Learning in an ideal world:
Communication between minds:
Personhood:
Dealing with opposing visions or dreams for the world in the ideal world where scarcity exists:
Suffering in an ideal world:
Relating with others and with the world:
Personal Governments:
Governments at all levels and scopes, micro to macrocosm:

Stage 2:
State how your vision relates to the present world:
State how (and why) the present world can (and should) make this vision happen:

The Purpose and intention of this writing:
Why should I think about worlds that do not exist or are improbable?
This question tries to extract the purpose, intentions, value, and importance of speculating and hypothesizing in general and specifically. Before we can make something happen someone has to dream it up and plan it, we will not know how improbable a possible world is until we think about it, dream about it, and plan out its realization when we are ready for that planning stage of the dream.
The more ideal the speculative world is the more work we have to do to achieve it generally. More positively viewed, the more grand the possible future world is in your mind and in your plan for the future, the more grand you become as being part of its realization, so the more motivated you are to achieve it.

Learning in an ideal world:
Learning is much easier in this world. Any information you want is directed to you, it is always exactly the information you are looking for. In fact, the information comes to you like a person and introduces itself, it states its purpose, value, and usefulness before you are asked to take the time to learn the information. The source of the information is obvious and apparent.

Should the source of the information be known? Always, the source is there for you investigate.

An ideal world would have a library of information that has reasons why you should learn each bit of information.
From the moment you come into the world you are given everything you need to in order to do good things in the world. You are given the reasoning and decision skills you need to decide what is the best course of action for you to take in life.


Communication between minds:
All people communicate their knowledge, experiences, ideas, wishes, desires, and dreams to everyone who feels like knowing. Everyone can access the knowledge and ideas of everyone in the world. You can access the greatest minds without bothering them or affecting the mind of the person you want to communicate with. All the qualities of the things in the mind are accessible. Such as the quality of an idea, an idea's popularity or its relationship to all other minds is an attribute of the idea that is known.

Personhood:
All entities have an amount of personhood, meaning they all have a will to achieve a certain end that they have not achieved in their present moment. Each entity has an  end they want to achieve at some point in time and they are associated with this goal or end. Entities are able to group together to achieve their common goal.

Dealing with opposing visions or dreams for the world in the ideal world where scarcity exists:
What should this world do with entities that have opposing wishes. We should have a voting system where we vote on the potential outcomes of each opposing options by voting on the qualities of the outcomes and using the qualities we try to see if we can create an option where we retain the good qualities that we like and the qualities that are voted down we can forgo in the synthesized option. In this model we can deal with scarcity together for the common wealth of the world. When ever we are forced to forgo something to achieve a certain result we can use this voting system based on the qualities of the possible outcomes.

Suffering in an ideal world:
There will be a lot of suffering and people will be encouraged to face their demons. There will be a lot of self-overcoming as Nietzsche might like to see.  Suffering will not happen alone but as a team united against a common cause of their despair. People will often be part of a task force against things and for things.



Relating with others and with the world:
People will relate to each other and band together based on what vision they desire to achieve in the world. People will also be suggested a group based on their state of mind. If they are melancholic then similar people with that state of mind will be able to join together if they choose in order to understand the state of mind and overcome it. When people understand their state of mind enough they will be encouraged to try to understand different states of mind of different people. Relating with people who live life differently than you can be challenging so there will be methods of interaction with people of different viewpoints and mind sets.

Personal Governments:
People will be so intelligently and ethically advanced that they all have a personal constitution to govern their own behavior. People live by their constitution and revise it when necessary. It is a crime to not live by your constitution, so people are careful to be precise, systematic, and inclusive of all scenarios they might encounter. This method ensures authenticity and honesty, people make laws for themselves to follow, and if they disobey their laws they are lose credit for their degree of authenticity.

Governments at all levels and scopes, micro to macrocosm:
All constitutions are linked together and when one changes it affects all others according to certain parameters such as the degree of an entity's authenticity and effectiveness. People who have higher degrees of authenticity and high degrees of effectiveness of their life will consequently have more influence over higher orders of government.


Stage 2:
State how your vision relates to the present world:
State how (and why) the present world can (and should) make this vision happen:
This is a work in progress and it is open to critique from anyone.

3 comments:

  1. This looks interesting. At work and cannot comment very long but I will return.

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    1. I made more posts and look forward to your replies.

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