Dictionary

Just so you know where we stand, here are our definitions of some of the main concepts likely to be of use to a Democracy on the World Wide Web.

(Autocracy, Slavery, Social Contract, Constitution, Country, People, Rights, Godhood, Moral Code, etc.)

  • Autocracy
    • Defined as "ruled by self", is the antonym of Authocracy which itself is defined as "ruled by authority"
    • In this light, consider two types of political systems.
      • On one hand we have Autocracies which de facto have to be Democracies and likely have to congregate into a Federation of Democracies.
      • On the other we have Authocracies as the umbrella concept of all other known political systems including Majoritocracies.  And for concepts such as Slavery.
  • Slavery
    • Synonym of Authocracy where the individual, known as an authocrat, is ruled by authority rather than by self.
      • In this light, consider the faith of minorities in Majoritocracies.
        • Even if those Majoritocracies masquerade as Democracies.
  • Social Contract
    • The General Will of Everybody in relation to General Objects common to everybody.
      • No exceptions
  • Constitution
    • The written form of the Social Contract
      • No Ifs, no Buts, no Maybes
    • Gives birth to a Country
  • Country
    • Specific Constitution
      • As in: The Constitution of the United States of America.
  • People
    • Those who "sign" the Constitution
      • Express their Will to be a People
        • Independently of any motive that may justify the will
          • Culture, language, geography, race, etc.
  • Rights
    • Legitimate claims
      • The price has been paid
        • Where the price defines the amount as well as the currency to be used.
  • Godhood
    • Title given to beings who meet certain criteria
      • Such as Ultimate, authority and choice
        • Have to be Rebels
          • Given the Rational Singularity
        • Hopefully, are guided by Reason.
          • Rather than by faith
      • Those beings are known:
        • As gods when addressing men.
        • As goddesses when addressing women.
    • Compare to other titles such as Knighthood, Priesthood, etc.
  • Moral Code
    • Ideal guide for the conduct of anyone, anywhere, anytime and this under any circumstances
  • Fascism
    • From the Rasennas (AKA Etruscans) meaning: "Strength through Union"
  • Assets
    • Anything that can be exchanged for anything
  • Money
    • Any assets most likely to be accepted in exchange for anything
  • Currency
    • Promise of assets
  • Credit
    • Promise of Promise of assets
  • Collaterals
    • Proprietary Assets
  • Culture
    • Method to exploit
  • Exploit
    • Enhance the value of