I stumbled on these two definitions while reading and found them helpful in differentiating between these potential governance approaches:
1. The elected government should have the right to disseminate incentivized threshold programs via discriminating measures for the purposes of repairing resultant social and economic injustices and perceived inequalities, whether they be through opportunistic or social constructs. Sensitivity, administration, and enforcement are required to secure access to said rights.
2. The delegated government should have the responsibility to facilitate sustainable and enterprising constructs via value-based measures for the purposes of providing and protecting social and economic necessities of essentials and autonomy, whether they be through group participation or self-determination. Respect, facility, and protection are required to secure access to said freedoms.
Let me know if anyone has questions about the concepts presented here. Thanks!
Which role would you prefer government plays in our social organization? 2 votes
I strongly agree with #1 / Where can I find more people to make this happen?
I strongly agree with #2 / Where can I find more people to make this happen?
I have no preference / I am fine with either
I have a preference other than one listed here (and I'll explain thoroughly below in the thread)