What is an ideology we can implement in practice?

Zsolt Hermann
1 min readMay 16, 2022


Question from the Internet:

“How can ideology be practically implemented?”

Well, in order for an ideology to become practically implemented, it has to be an ideology that can be implemented in practice.

We have many different philosophies or ideologies that sound good and seem good, but they are not practical.

They are not practical as they either do not correspond with human nature, or they do not correspond with Nature’s laws that govern the reality we exist in or both.

For example, Marx’s philosophy about communism was made into an ideology we wanted to implement but it failed as it does not agree with our inherently “raw capitalistic”, instinctively selfish and exploitative individualism.

Similarly, we wanted to implement the ideology of free-market capitalism which agrees with our inherent nature but it is incompatible with Nature’s fully integrated, interdependent and basically altruistic system.

So in order for an ideology to be implemented in practice successfully, we need to find a method “in-between”, which is capable of adapting our inherently egocentric, subjective, “raw capitalistic” human nature into Nature’s altruistic, unconditionally cooperating, mutually complementing system — without coercion or without misleading propaganda.

We actually have such a method — following Nature’s mutually integrating ideology applied to human nature — that can help us achieve this here and now! By using this unique purposeful and practical ideology we can become Nature’s only fully conscious, seamlessly integrated and at the same time independent observers and partners.




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.