The ideal human society above differences, above ideologies

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readJun 27, 2021

Question from the Internet:

“Of the utopia, that the social justice theorists wish to create, what will be the shape and content of this new society?”

The so “social justice warriors" who are busy right now to establish their dogmatic system will fail, as they don’t know, don’t understand human nature.

It is true that we are all self-serving, self-justifying, subjective and egocentric, and we all thrive, succeed, survive at each other’s expense.

But that includes the “social justice warriors" as well who are championing the suppression, erasing of the “bad apples", “bad behaviour" in society, coercing everybody to follow their - just as egotistic, self-serving and self-justifying - agendas.

Moreover, they don’t understand that our original nature, the ego is neither evil not good, simply this is the program we are born with.

It doesn’t mean that we don’t need to change, after all our rampant ego, excessive overconsumption and ruthless, exclusive competition is driving us to the brink of self-destruction.

So we all need to learn how to change, upgrade ourself, our own nature - instead of correcting, lecturing, oppressing, cancelling others - so we could build the crucially necessary mutually responsible, mutually complementing interconections, cooperation - above everything that separates us.

Nothing needs to be erased, cancelled, oppressed, we simply need to learn how to build positive, constructive connections above all the remaining, growing differences. Then the ego can become the engine of mutual progress, mutual development, success.

This ideal society will be shaped based on Nature’s integral template, where each individual can find their unique place to contribute to the whole with their irreplaceable, special abilities, talents, while justly, proportionately receiving everything they need for that mutually responsible, mutually complementing contribution.



Zsolt Hermann

I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.