Thursday, October 19, 2006

Open to All Ideologies

For All Humanity does not espouse any dedication to particular ideologies. Rather, we propose that common good is derived from the interaction between ideologies. Former president Bill Clinton said yesterday, "The problem with ideology is, if you've got an ideology, you've already got your mind made up. You know all the answers and that makes evidence irrelevant and arguments a waste of time. You tend to govern by assertion and attacks." Generally, I do not propose any ideology, except that the human race work inclusively with each other to solve problems. This is similar to the Nash Equilibrium of Economics. No individual in a Nash Equilibrium has anything to gain by changing only his or her own strategy unilaterally. Rather, the best outcome is from a strategy that considers what is best for the individual and the group both.

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