Science Based Ideology for a Modern Diverse Society: An Open Letter to New Zealand Social Change Agents
6 Pages Posted: 1 Jul 2019
Date Written: July 1, 2019
• Humans manage circumstances via ideas adopted and applied, the intensity of action derived from the emotions associated with those ideas.
• All social causality is via the individual mind.
• Science is the creative-reasoning process of improving the ideas we adopt and apply.
• Human nature is that of a scientist seeking ideas to best understand and
manage the circumstances within which they find themselves.
Over the past 90 years society has been revolutionized by technology derived from quantum physics. Our ideas on ourselves, society and its management have failed over the same period, due failure of a secure social science methodology. That has been corrected with the methodological foundation the basis of the spiritual model of humanity.
The ideas we adopt and apply in managing ourselves and society are outdated and inadequate, as exhibited by the global trend of rising social tensions and incipient violence. We need science-based ideas to provide the platform of understanding and to derive the technology to socially and spiritually revolutionize ourselves and society in the coming 90 years exactly as the technology derived from quantum physics revolutionized society in the past 90 years.
This paper offers a summary of improved ideas that when adopted and applied will result in greatly improved management of ourselves and society. This new ideological platform derived from the spiritual model of humanity. The paper offers direction of how to decide, where to begin and how to proceed with building a better future society for our great grandchildren.
Get the science right and the world changes, we change!
Those who understand, who recognize the need for better ideas to adopt and apply, and in a position to act, have a humanitarian duty to educate and guide those who do not. Such is the lot of politicians and journalists.
Keywords: social development, the fundamental moral choice, structure of society enabling individual freedom, science based ideology
JEL Classification: A10, A12, A13, A14
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