Politics of Unity

Politics, society, and the common behavioral norms of any collective order are modelled in the likeness of the concept (or philosophy) of conditionally manifested reality that characterizes the collective generally. Therefore, if the prevailing concept (or philosophy) of conditionally manifested reality espouses the presumption that conditionally manifested existence is a unity (and is, for that reason, altogether characterized by, and to be conformed to, the sign of unity), then the collective order will be characterized by the politics of unity (with significant emphasis on collective order and the good of the whole), and by the social ideal of such unity, and by unifying (and self-abnegating or self-subordinating) behavioral norms and expectations (including such norms as cooperation, tolerance, and general peacefulness).

Avatar Adi Da Samraj

The Time-Tested Politics of Unity and the “Anti-Civilization” Politics of Individuation

The most benign society, or collective order, is necessarily based on what Avatar Adi Da calls “the politics of unity”.

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