The Ideal Constitution

Predictable behaviour

Human beings - between all other species - are driven by their will to survive and reproduct, see Pyramid of Maslov

When these main goals are reached the 7 deadly sins lure:



Pyramid of Maslov
7 deadly sins
Free Will
Causal Determinism
Schopenhauer: Motives
  1. Lust
  2. Gluttony
  3. Greed
  4. Sloth
  5. Wrath
  6. Envy
  7. Pride
All these tendencies of the Will which are more or less present in each animal, create an individual to what it is.

An animal is indifferent till it observes a change in its environment. This observation is presented to the Will: is this a chance to satisfy a need? The urgence of this need is carefully weighed against the chance on success and all other motives that are present (this mental process often takes place without obvious awareness). When one motive has won of all other motives, the individual must act accordingly: another action would not be possible. The psychological law which describes this process is named Causal Determinism

In the criminal pursuit a countermotive must be added that will be stronger than all other present motives, so that a potential criminal will not commit the crime.
This countermotive must be serviced by law enforcement: Effectivity of law enforcement = risk of being caught × severeness of punisment.