Institutions and Ideals of the Modern Experience-or More Big Laws

STAB at Political Science

by Russell Scott Day on october 15th 2005

Peace among men and war among men are constant in times of peace and in times of war.   It is the degree to which one category or the other dominates that changes the name of the time.

Conflict is a constant either among men and men, denture or men and the weather.

The aim of the political scientist is to understand and use natural law so as to advance mankinds experience of life.

The individual and the society are at constant odds the same way individual nations are at constant odds with nations.

It is a legitmate role of governments to regulate the use of force.    Self defense in common law and international law is considered just and legitimate.

How is it that the laws of nations can be applied to the individual?   Such a construction requires transnational control of force and violence at a certain level that requires the use of force for individuals who are failed by their governments prima facia, anesthetist or obviously within and without borders.

Autocratic Dictatorships have their pros and their cons same as democracy its flaws.   In the area of political science, ed nothing much is completely what you call it since over time one thing passes into another and then back again over time.

How can political scientists create a human experience of complete satisfaction for all individuals in all nations?

One way to start is to determine where to make laws, and where not to make laws.

Same as though God does not change, but our understanding of God does, our understanding of laws natural and unnatural changes so that any given law only applies to the event to the extent that the event is both the same and different.

Domestic laws that govern divorce within nations and states or tribes and bands are probably the most universal laws of war.

An understanding of the natural laws inherent and long struggled with would go far in creating more enforceable international laws of war.

I would look at traditions of divorce throughout the history of mankind that resolved personal and private conflicts without violence that made life better, instead of worse for the participants, as likely to be the platten for laws that would internationally advance peace among nations.

The balance of power between men and women is best when their similarities and differences are accepted on the natural level, but made equal by tradition and law so that individual rights are independent of gender.

What is the equivalent of gender to a nation that exists in a particular geography?

In general the equivalent is hot or cold.

All laws to be true must work the same at the extremes as they do in moderation or scarcity.

In cold climates it has evolved that women have more rights than in warmer climates.

Urbanization and the end of hunter gatherer livelihood living anywhere on the planet dictate that cold weather laws domestically be general in all climates because they have been developed for urban life with general freedom and health and literacy as evidenced in the small nations protected by Denmark of Greenland and Iceland.

The fact that these nations are overall protected by Denmark is significant as far as the science of history, and political science laws natural, and manmade.



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