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No one is above the law, yet no law is above need.

We are not literally governed by written laws, but by needs that shape our laws. We socially construct our laws in response to shared understandings of our needs.

When someone is accused of breaking a law, we are really claiming that they violated a shared agreement on how best to respect the underlying needs that shaped that law. Apart from impacts upon actual needs, few if anyone care about such laws. We laugh at the outmoded laws still on the books since the 19th Century. All laws exist to serve actual needs, or it is no law at all.

But whose needs? Any law violating your capacity to relieve a need violates you, including those relying on you. You can endure that violence graciously, but for whom does your restraint create the most value? And should you not be properly compensated for such value, or at least your loved ones, by those who benefit the most from your fortitude?

Does money distort value? We can think of money as exchangeable units of marketable productivity. What if you produce value not easily compensated by money? Who charges for their inspiring smile that saved another from going through with a suicide? We appear to value portable wealth over getting to know how we honestly impact one another’s expressed needs.

Are anyone’s needs more important than yours? Are any of your needs more important than theirs? Sure, you may feel a need as most urgent, but does this warrant more attention away from others attending to their urgent needs? Or theirs away from yours?

Is politics really the answer? Or hopelessly overgeneralizing?

Any political solution that does not respect the specific needs of all involved will naturally evoke resistance. For those relishing a political fight, perhaps this is a good thing. Conflict porn, here we come!

But conflicts cannot be resolved without all the needs laid out on the table. Disrespecting the needs of others presents as an artifact of masculine oriented Manichean politics. Morality serves needs. So wherever we disrespect a need we allow evil to creep in, often in the name of politics.

 

 

Manichean politics, borrowed from Haidt (2012), refers to polarizing politics where partisans tend to reflect the Manichean view that morality involves a struggle between ultimate good and ultimate evil. [see p. 1 of Ch 22]

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No room for hubris of abitrary law

While recognizing that no individual or entity is above the law, as a widely agreed understanding, translegal standards recognize that nature itself is above all of our written laws.

 

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Data you provide may be used to help validate or invalidate the hypotheses in this book, and in the eCourse. Its more immediate benefit is normalizing your own set of needs that often get expressed in political terms. No, just because your politics remain different from others this does not mean you're crazy.

 

Nonetheless, you may not want others know you're taking this survey. We use no demographic data, so your anonymity is fully assured. The only risk we forsee is evoking intense and potentially uncomfortable emotions associated with political conflicts you may have encountered with others. While we seek to ultimately remedy such conflicts and their frequent painful results, you are free to steer clear of such discomfort and discontinue this quiz at any time.
 

As a form of data collection, your participation is fully voluntary. You are under no obligation to complete this survey for any purpose. You can stop filling it out at any time without any repurcussions. Except we would not be able to serve its purpose to alleviate any political tensions which you may still endure. We trust you will decide what is best for you and your needs, which we prioritize over any need we have for this data.

 

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We do not serve the law, but the law serves us. Without our needs there would be no written laws.

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