posted on Aug, 16 2007 @ 02:55 PM
What is social threefolding?
Culture, in order to thrive, requires freedom - not the freedom of nations, in whatever sense, but the freedom of the individual. Which of course does
not imply that individuals may not form groups! Each individual must be able, however, to take a stance that separates him or her from all groups and
must be able to cross cultural borders at will. In this sense, each human being is a minority of one.
And what about the global economy? Globalization is actually not the problem, but rather an opportunity which has so far been wasted. It would not be
difficult to transform it into global solidarity. But unfair prices make it global irresponsibility. He who counts on the random nature of markets
cheats either himself or someone else. If there are to be no losers, humans must associate themselves in such a way that together they can achieve
insight into economic processes. Economics really only begins to make sense if it is understood to mean: each human being stands for all of
Cultural and economic issues aside, there exist those which do lend themselves to majority rule. These include occupational safety, consumer
protection and other safety-related issues. However, he who fails to understand the limits of majority rule, whether he wishes to or not only fans the
flames of future wars.
[edit on 16-8-2007 by anti72]
Mod Edit: title
[edit on 8/16/2007 by kinglizard]