The Ideal Constitution

Universal Laws

Most physical laws are obvious: We presuppose these physical laws. We cannot adjust them, we cannot ignore them, we can't resist them.



Gravitational Law
2nd Law Thermodynamics
Evolution Theory
Survival of the Fittest
Causality Law
Knowledge Theory
Behaviour Theory
Schopenhauer: Motives
There are other natural laws like the Evolution Theory.
Although some religious people deny the theory, species seem to evolve according to this principle.
In the criminal circuit, universally the adagium applies "Survival of the Fittest".
The Evolution Theory applies for large quantities and over a very large era, the principle is to be regarded as a mathematical probability.

Quite another principle is the Causality Principle (the endless chain of cause and effect).
The causality can be contemplated in 3 ways:
  1. How our brains function: our brains image the world through the interpretation of the reaction of our senses on effects from the material world, by tracing these back to their cause in the material world.
  2. How matter and time construct a world through the endless chain of cause and effect.
    This chain is omnipresent, follows one direction through time and cannot be broken: when the cause arises the effect must follow.
  3. When a motive arises, the act must follow, the Will has no other option.
The first and second point-of-view are - among others - crucial for the Knowledge Theory
The third - among others - is crucial for the Behaviour Theory.

Laws that have been constructed by men, posess no natural force: people must empower them to enforce the law, especially criminal laws.