How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


I've been brainstorming about my new system of government, and had some ideas for high-level requirements. Namely, our system has to be Just- and how do we define that?
In all cases, the government must react in the same manner to all citizens, aside from State assigned UserStates (ie. a convicted felon remains a convicted felon in the eyes of the government, but non-State assigned UserStates, like race, gender, religion, etc. are ignored)
Given a set of inputs, the laws that handle those inputs must always reach the same conclusion for the same inputs (ie. If two people rob a bank, the law reacts the same way for any two people that rob a bank). Worded another way, all laws must apply in the same manner for all cases pertinent to that law.
To ensure the above, all processes of a just government must be available to public scruitiny, challenge, and revision.

There's the big three. Any other requirements for a just government?

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