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And the Less or More as Less for the All and many, and More for the One and few.

PolyCulturalism, as one would have it here doesn't exist. Any cohesive social system and culture needs commonalities, which are generally expressed thru Convention, or so to say, when in Rome - do as the Romans do. Conventions are unwritten rules of comportment, such as don't stare at people or point, and which side of the walk to walk, and when and when not to make eye contact. Convention is agreement, to accord to specific mannerisms in varying places and instances. Lex loci is Latin meaning law of the place, or one law on the road and another on the walk, another on the water and another in the air. Different cultures have different commonalities and conventions and when mixed into the same society can cause problems. Polyculture would embrace or be tolerant of a varying cultural differences, but would have and insist on its own commonalities and conventions that override the preferences of singularities, individuals and those preferring cultural graces of other places and times.

'In the Utopian model, Natural Law as the condition of the planetary existence absent the human intrusiveness of the ability to create Excess and Profit, would be the first authority for human existence and the foundation upon which the laws of civilization or civil law would be formulated and regulated. No modern political system of the last millennium has used the reality of the natural world as an authority for the creation and implementation of political order.' The most fundamental of natural laws is Conservative, which means that all natural change produces altered states that are conducive of preserving states that pre-exist the states and conditions that are changed.

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