What is the politic? At it s root we can look at the politic as a civil administered, obedience, or governance. It is to say we all live in one geographic region and must govern ourselves to function as a civil administration. To form a good society and help each other to balance mistakes. It is not however, are large governing body over large amounts of people, but for all people to take part in the society humanely, to complete the politic. As humans of the earth we all are entitled to resources. But we all must work hard for them as well. And we all must respect others along the way. This is the earth politic. As citizens of this earth, we all are under the politics of the earth.
The earth politic is individual citizens carrying their weight in society, governing themselves, and contributing to the greater social utility of all, that is, a participation in positive motion. This motion is powerful. It sustains a movement. It makes things easier for all people. And balances energy while intrinsically restoring the energy as well. We can restore and balance societies. We can create the good society. This motion will build nation states, it will empower wealth into the citizen, and the governing bodies to shit to a supererogatory approach and permeate a new transparent governing body. We all are well tolerated to a governing body. We can consider this a nation state.
This article will discuss the nation state, the citizen, and how the governing boy ought to act in a transparent society. We are trying to build the good society. What that looks like is unclear, not only for many people, for for the nation states governing their countries. As a nation state, it is difficult to make decisions based around millions of people, their productivity, the ill, the elder, education, and the whole system of monetary exchange.
The Nation State
The world is well familiar with political hierarchy. Whatever political system a country may have, Capitalist, Socialist, Communist, Dictatorship, or just some leader of a tribe, we are all familiar with some sort of head of state. As politics evolved these large governing bodies are now called nation states. It is the state of any nation. Each separate nation is considered a state. A state in which people or citizens are bound by their actions and are to act in accordance with society. This is a place where all people understand there is a common function. There are just certain things you don’t do. Like kill someone, rape someone, or consistently serve your vices around the public. This is the common place called society, and as a whole, it is considered a nation state.
A nation is built upon principles of individual autonomy, and social equality. Individual autonomy focuses on a persons’ right to their own well being, speak their mind, own their property, and do to themselves however they please. The social equality is where us as individuals are not allowed to do whatever we please if it could harm another person. This will also apply to the right to a job as we all want to prosper and participate in the monetary system. The social equality is the common area were each individual citizen must respect, not only the people around them but the environment, animals, species, within reason that we would not get harmed. Additionally, there is an inter-contextual relationship between individual autonomy and social equality, that is, we all know we are not to kill just to murder justifying social code, but in the act of violence, we all have the individual right to defend ourselves as well giving justification to self-autonomy. This can be a very confusing state of mind of any person to conceptualize. Citizens have to deal with this social code. The social relationship of individual autonomy and social equality is truly a difficult concept. Each citizen has a different brain, emotion, and motive of their own.
A nation can’t be whole without it’s citizen’s. And it is evident there needs to be some sort of governance as we all must live with each other. So what does it mean to be a citizen? It means to have respect for other people, the environment, animals, species, and above all, your self. But our human characteristics are consistently being affected. Affected by emotion, psychology, twisted words of anger, fear, personal doubts, physical impairments, and the list can goon. All of these things can affect relationships, and peoples snapping points. Furthermore, we do know that people do get psychological disorders like schizophrenic or bi-polar syndromes. And for one reason or another people go off the deep end and do crazy things.
The crazy parts of human action is why we have engrained such a thing as common law into our thought process. This is nothing new either. Common law dates back thousands of years. As individuals, we know right from wrong. We all have hearts and love, feel warmth when family hugs one another, and kindness among friends and strangers when we say hi or open doors for each other. We also know what it feels like to be angry, hurt, and sad. These feelings of tension want to be resolved with feelings of joy, health, happiness, and wealth. As citizens, there is a duty toward the common land to help each other and pull one another out of these dark places. Many times however, in cases of dispute, it usually requires help from others around. This may not be police, the state, or the government, it might have been a near by citizen. In any case, there was a governing body around to help resolve the dispute. Much of governance ought to come from the general public, not the police.
The Governing Body
The police, state, or government needs to be the governing body. An individual can be the body that governs as well. There is such things as citizen arrests. This is a mindset. We do not want, however, to arrest anyone, get people in trouble, or be injured by any party. What we do want though is a civil society. Each citizen is responsible for his or her actions. By being responsible means, to govern oneself. If we were all accustomed to governing ourselves, we may trust each other, our neighbors, and locals to help each other govern the town. And we would not need a police forces as each citizen is the police force.
Citizens are more powerful learning together how to govern themselves and the situations around them than any police force or form of government. Why is this? Because as citizens learn what it means to govern themselves they begin to understand their roles as moral agents. As a moral agent you are required to follow through with your duty toward to greater social utility. As citizens we all have a moral imperative to tend to the common governance of the community, the city, state, or nation. This is an important concept to address and teach so that it grows with the customs of people overtime. To teach citizen governance, however, is a transformative mindset that has the power to keep violence down, people healthy, and cultures sustainable. It is the earths politic.