Third Section of Rationale for Social Morality

The system of morals and values needed for a global-society in the 21st century is social morality. As a rational intelligent thinking human being, an individual must agree with and follow social morality. One principle of social morality is a hierarchical structure. Humans exist in society in a hierarchical structure, from individual to global-society, as we interact and depend on others for our daily existence.

Human intelligence matures in a hierarchical structure, as well as our need for a system of morals and values with a hierarchical structure. Even on the most basic level, social morality can be thought of in terms of positive-positive. All species of animals can relate on the most basic level of positive-positive, it is what keeps an individual of any species of animal alive, an instinct and a law of nature. Humans, as well as other living things, and objects cannot violate the laws of nature. Which positive actions will bring positive outcomes. This is inborn into all living animals, of which biologically humans are part of this group. Which positive(moral) actions will produce positive(moral) outcomes, and which negative(immoral) actions will produce negative(immoral) outcomes. When an individual uses immoral actions to achieve a specific outcome, the outcome in terms of social morality and its hierarchical structure is always negative and immoral.

All species which live in groups, follow a basic system of positive-positive, for the success of the group, and success of the individual, since individuals comprising the group follow their inborn positive-positive for their survival. As human societies changed, individuals began trying to violate the natural law of positive-positive. Individuals started using immoral actions to achieve their ends, not seeing the basic instinct of positive-positive.

Since humans are interconnected in a global-society, we fail to see the basic instinct of positive-positive and the fact that moral individuals make up a moral global-society, benefiting the individual and society. This tends to bring labels, which only generates -isms, which at the basic level in a hierarchical structure is the haves and have-nots. Government is made up of individuals and if individuals use moral means to achieve moral ends, then government is inherently moral.

On the basic level a system of morals and values for a global-society, cannot violate the natural law of positive-positive and moral competition for an individual to find their role in society. Examples of social morality can already be seen in some regards, though at times individuals may use immoral means to an end, because they are quick to react and violate a natural law of positive-positive, instead of thinking as a rational and intelligent being. Most of the laws which govern us follow social morality and most of the religions practiced around the world preach a form of social morality.

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