The Law of Policy

Whenever political decidability is no longer empirical it must of necessity rely on ideology, because empiricism tests reciprocity(equilibrium), and ideology tests extremes(disequilibrium).

Ergo, either one lives by rule of law, markets, empiricism, and equilibrium, or one lives by rule by discretion, bureaucracy, ideology, and disequilibrium.

At present our compromise solution is discretion from the use of proceeds of cooperation (taxation), and rule of law (non discretion) for all activity.

But without nationalism we cannot test nor preserve reciprocity between groups with heterogeneous demands due to heterogeneous distributions.
Apr 18, 2018 7:50am

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