View Poll Results: Can Society be Organized using Science

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Thread: Society based on Science

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    Re: Society based on Science

    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue Valley View Post
    You should perhaps provide your own spin first Prof. It would be a treat learning how a brilliant and independent thinker approaches the poll query.
    Yes. I know science can be used to organize society. It has to do with understanding the social contract theory, and its subsequent derivatives and applications. As it has turned out, the ultimate social contract has not been deliberated properly, because of the lack of information manipulation tools that recent computer applications have delivered into service.

    Emerging technology suggests that knowledge can be demarcated into six realms of reality:

    Reality
    1. Nature
    2. Technology
    3. Life
    4. Society
    5. Culture
    6. Time


    And derivatives of the technology suggests that the government can be divided into six parts:

    Government
    1. Sovereignty
    2. Prosecution
    3. Diplomacy
    4. Commerce
    5. Trust
    6. Property
    The founders only had one simple formula for organizing government, and a relatively limited supply of paper, ink, endurance; and basically, parameters of simple designs that would engage the few literate citizens of 1787. We need to have a constitutional convention that gathers the diversity of people and technology that the founders could not gather.

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    Re: Society based on Science

    Quote Originally Posted by Prof_Lunaphiles View Post
    Yes. I know science can be used to organize society. It has to do with understanding the social contract theory, and its subsequent derivatives and applications. As it has turned out, the ultimate social contract has not been deliberated properly, because of the lack of information manipulation tools that recent computer applications have delivered into service.

    Emerging technology suggests that knowledge can be demarcated into six realms of reality:

    Reality
    1. Nature
    2. Technology
    3. Life
    4. Society
    5. Culture
    6. Time


    And derivatives of the technology suggests that the government can be divided into six parts:

    Government
    1. Sovereignty
    2. Prosecution
    3. Diplomacy
    4. Commerce
    5. Trust
    6. Property
    So we are not supposed to be talking about real science but those silly pretendy 'social sciences; where testable evidence is non existent and which are subject to fashion and the whims of the latest trendy guru.

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    Re: Society based on Science

    Quote Originally Posted by Prof_Lunaphiles View Post
    That will be deliberated in the civil rights discussion.

    I believe science can provide the demarcation of knowledge and subsequently, the demarcation of law; which is useful for understanding the separation of government entities.


    Atheism is a political doctrine
    is it i imagine most of us don't want laws based on religion but i suppose you could if you believed it was a good way to control people in ways you want

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    Re: Society based on Science

    Quote Originally Posted by Prof_Lunaphiles View Post
    Do any of you, brilliant, independent critical thinkers, have any ideas on how society could be organized using science?
    The fruits of science are most certainly used in the organization of society, but otherwise, this is a nonsensical question. Science is a methodology for investigating reality, not for organizing anything.

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