Objective Happiness - The creation and exchange of value is the root of all happiness

As A Man Thinketh

Notes - IV

What Is The Controller of Nature?

Subjective vs. Objective Laws / Natural Law

The New Constitution

Philosophy Index


What is the Controller of Nature?

spacer "Nature, To Be Commanded,
Must Be Obeyed!"
- Francis Bacon

Justice Is Now Being Served.

The Laws of Nature cannot be controlled but can be known. The more educated one becomes, the more one knows there is yet to learn. It is important what you know about the Universe, but what matters most is what you purposefully do in the Universe. Justice rules the Universe by giving you that, which you give to it.

"The great end of life is not knowledge but action." - Thomas H. Huxley

Philosophy Index Top


Between the blue dotted lines was found on neo-tech.com

Subjective Laws vs. Objective Laws
Refer to neo-tech.com

Subjective Laws include political-agenda laws conjured up by politicians and bureaucrats to gain self-serving benefits, ego props, and unearned power. Enforcement of political-agenda laws requires the use of force and armed agents against innocent people. ...The only purpose of such laws is to violate individual rights.

Objective Laws are not conjured up by politicians or bureaucrats. Instead, like the laws of physics, they arise from the immutable laws of nature. Such laws are valid, benefit everyone, and advance society. Objective laws are based on the moral prohibition of initiatory force, threats of force, and fraud. The only rational purpose of laws is to protect individual rights.

Definition of Natural Law
Refer to neo-tech.com

Below is Cicero’s definition of natural law from his book On the Republic published in 51 BC (substitute the secular word "Nature" for the mystical word "God"):

"True law is right reason in agreement with nature, universal, consistent, everlasting, whose nature is to advocate duty by prescription and to deter wrongdoing by prohibition. Good men obey its prescriptions and prohibitions, but evil men disobey them. It is forbidden by God to alter this law, nor is it permissible to repeal any part of it, and it is impossible to abolish the whole of it. Neither the Senate nor the People can absolve us from obeying this law and we do not need to look outside ourselves for an expounder or interpreter of this law. There will not be one law at Rome and another law at Athens. There is now and will be forever one law, valid for all peoples and all times. And there will be one master and ruler for all of us in common, God, who is the author of this law, its promulgator, and enforcing judge. Whoever does not obey this law is trying to escape himself and to deny his nature as a human being. By this very fact, he will suffer the greatest penalties, even if he should somehow escape conventional punishments."

Philosophy Index Top

The Constitution of the Universe
Refer to neo-tech.com



* The purpose of conscious life is to prosper and live happily.

* The function of government is to guarantee those conditions that let individuals fulfill their purpose. Those conditions can be guaranteed through a universal constitution that forbids the use of initiatory force, fraud, or coercion by any person or group against any individual.

* * *


No person, group of persons, or government shall initiate force, threat of force, or fraud against any individual's self or property.


Force is morally-and-legally justified only for protection from those who violate Article 1.


No exceptions shall exist for Articles 1 and 2.

* * *
The Constitution of the Universe rests on six axioms:

1. Values exist only relative to life.

2. Whatever benefits a living organism is a value to that organism. Whatever harms a living organism is a disvalue to that organism.

3. The value against which all values are measured is conscious life.

4. Morals relate only to conscious individuals.

5. Immoral actions arise from individuals who harm others through force, fraud, or coercion -- from individuals who usurp, degrade, or destroy values earned by others.

6. Moral actions arise from individuals who honestly create and competitively produce values to benefit self, others, and society.


Main Page

Self-help Freedom Philosophy Index

Objective Happiness
The Path - The Map - The Directions - The 'Secret' Formula

I - Notes
Who Are You? | The Philosophical Tree | Political Physics

II - Notes
What Kind Of World Is This? | Political Logic | The Unclouded Mind

III - Notes
The Business vs. The Criminal Mind | Let's Play Monopoly! | Absolute Relativity

You Are Here Right hereIV - Notes
What Is The Controller of Nature? | Subjective vs. Objective Laws / Natural Law | The New Constitution

Free Articles By Stuart Goldsmith

*Aspiring Millionaires Believe in Property Rights
*Believe That You
Deserve To Be Wealthy
*How to Become Wealthy By Creating Values *The Rot
Starts Early
*How to
Talk & Win
*Living a Meaningful Life
*Five Steps to Turbo Charge Your Dreams
*The Lottery of Wealth
*It's Not Just the Money
*Six Power Steps
*The Future You
*Do You Have Enough Already?
*The Power of Discipline
*Go The Extra Mile

Objective Happiness
(Personal Philosophy)

Prosperity & Happiness Quotes

Liberty Links


Self-Development Links

Free eBook


In Association with Amazon.com

7 Prosperity & Happiness Quotes Archives
Click Here



Contact Us
Do not sell or share my personal information

Rebel With A Cause
Copyright copyright, RebelWithACause.com. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Statement
Disclaimer: This is not advice and is not to be taken as such.
Consult with a qualified advisor before taking action.