How can we build a relatively, justly equal human society?
Question from the Internet:
“Does one’s humanity ensure that one will receive equally a share of all economic and social benefits from a society?”
Our original “humanity” cannot ensure that because our original “humanity” — our instinctive nature, inner program — is 100% self-serving, self-justifying, subjective, and individualistic.
We simply cannot make calculations for the sake of others, that software is simply missing from our original operating system. If we ever think about others it is only with the intention to benefit from them, even when we “give or love” we do that is it benefits us, gives us pleasure.
In order to build human connections, human societies that can ensure relative equality — each according to the conditions, abilities, according to their mutually responsible and mutually complementing contribution towards the whole — we need to “upgrade” our inner program, operating software with Nature’s fully integrated, mutually serving, altruistic software.
Then we would become Nature’s only parts, creatures with such a contrasting program, nature, on one hand remaining as unique individuals with our self-centered, subjective viewpoint, but also possessing a balancing, Natural, selfless, and objective viewpoint. By that we will become the system’s only integrated but independent observers, partners, reaching our unique, very high, evolutionary Human purpose in existence.