The Curious Who would like to learn something new – even if it’s only to learn that such a thing as The Law exists.
Psychologists and Psychiatrists – who want to convert their discipline into a science, commensurable with the rest of the sciences, and to succeed in assisting their patients to understand themselves and what they can do about it.
Philosophers Who would prefer to speak in a scientific rather than literary prose – and prevent themselves from obsolescence.
Jurists that seek a basis for their intuitions that it is possible to create a formal and algorithmic body of law.
Activists Seeking political change regardless of political and moral bias.
Revolutionaries The world over who seek a shovel-ready solution to political orders in modernity
Politicians Looking for solutions to the transformation of the post-communist-capitalist world.
Artificial intelligence researchers and developers who desire to solve the problem of rational, ethical, and moral general artificial intelligence.
Software developers Working in various monetary substitutes who are seeking a language that more readily explains their ambitions.