Systemism

I am now officially coining the term “Systemism”.

Sure, during a Google search I’ve seen it used a few times before but it has in no way become a popularized term. I’d like to do that now, and by my definition of it.

The First Tenet of Systemism is:

Every conscious entity with the ability to feel both happiness and non-happiness logically has from thence a direct, intrinsic and unalienable purpose to pursue the former.

The Second Tenet of Systemism is:

The way in which happiness can be most logically obtained is through an integrated system on an individual’s environment which applies the desired outcome of the first tenant universally. That is, a system which causes the most happiness for every individual contained within it.

The Basic Statement of Systemism:

Happiness is purpose and knowing how to best obtain it is morality.

Political implication of Systemism:

A Systemist should look for a political system which provides the best average between the highest maximum standard of living and the highest minimum standard of living. Systemism is not necessarily a majority rule. Since it implies a minimum standard of living it would be wrong, according to Systemism, for one group to be suppressed by another simply because it makes the majority happier.

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