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How to organize a revolution-free society?

 In a revolution-free society (RFS), development is continuous, social tensions do not accumulate, and the way social problems are solved le...

 In a revolution-free society (RFS), development is continuous, social tensions do not accumulate, and the way social problems are solved leads to results that are beneficial to society.

RFS is a free society where freedom does not lead to anarchy. The essence of the free nature of RFS is regulation.

The criterion for organizing RFS, the way it is implemented, and the consequence of the functioning of social processes are a society based on optimal evolution.

Evolution is a natural way of adaptation to change. A society also functions in ever-changing conditions, so society also needs adaptation processes. Biological, living systems adapt to the changing environment on the basis of evolution. Society is also a living system, therefore, evolution can be a natural way of society's adaptation processes.

Evolution is the selection of different variants according to the suitability for the requirements. From the various individuals created by a reproduction during biological evolution, unsuitable variants are discarded. Optimal social evolution, however, cannot apply this process of reproduction and rejection of individuals during adaptation. The optimal way of adaptation for a society during the process of evolution cannot use the multiplication and rejection (termination) of individuals (societies) in the process of adaptation.

However, human society, unlike other animal societies, is special because the members of society are individuals with intelligence. This feature provides unique capabilities to the entire society. It enables a knowledge-based society, and provides the opportunity for optimal evolution. 

A society built on intelligent individuals (humans) realizes the diversity and selection required by evolution, instead of by the multiplication of societies, rather by processes within the community, thereby preserving society, and by this way, achieving optimal evolution.

In RFS, the requirement of evolutionary diversity during optimal operation is created by the unrestricted freedom of thoughts of the persons who build up society, and the selection is created by common regulations and the joint compliance of social processes.

Features of RFS:
1. Unlimited freedom of thoughts.
2. Common and universal regulation of actions.

Unrestricted freedom of thoughts means unrestricted freedom of opinion and unrestricted access to Information. Unrestricted access to information is also a prerequisite for the knowledge-based, efficient society discussed earlier. Unlimited access to information and freedom to express ideas results in diversity. Information is the material, thinking is the tool to solve a problem effectively. Free access and unrestricted publication make it possible to exploit the full potential of society and establish the criterion of evolutionary diversity.

Co-regulation of actions means choosing between the solutions by the community created by thinking based on unrestricted information, and further, the uniform application of the chosen method by society. It is the common law rule. The application of jointly established rules implements the criterion of selection of evolution according to requirements.

Creating the joint regulation of actions, a mechanism must be used that is able to effectively select among the ideas that are freely created. In a previous thought, a possible mechanism for accomplishing this was explained in detail. Implementing sortition in practice can also be a suitable operating mechanism. Even if no optimal method for a voting system, an effective proposal to transform the voting is the Final-Five Voting procedure. 

With the help of unlimited freedom of thought and the creation of rules by the community, a revolution-free society operating on an optimal evolutionary basis can be organized.

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