Key Terms

Natural Law – The principle that human beings possess unalterable tendencies, and that we should develop policies that acknowledge those tendencies, rather than rely upon idealistic fantasies about the plasticity of human nature.

Evolutionary Computation – All resulting phenomena, both organic and non, can be described as acquisition and concentration of energy(mass), by the process of continuous recursive disambiguation of disorder or space (entropy) into order (negative entropy) or mass.

Reciprocity – The requirement that we limit our actions to productive, fully informed, warrantied, voluntary transfers, free of the imposition of costs by externality, upon that which others have obtained by the same means