Dynamical Autropy

1. Societies and groups compete for advantage

2. Some altruistic behaviours or cooperative strategies are manifest

3. Liberalism, a strategy for managing competing interests, emerges

4. Governance is managerial and technocratic in general

5. Ideology is deployed tactically, in order to achieve or sustain power

6. Time frames are near-horizon or current-only; politics is static and competitive,

7. This applies also to the authoritarian socities.

8. Greater inertia and incoherence is evident in the exploited polities

9. Crises demand reaction

10. Crises become sociotypical. This is because of the universality of newstime

11. The political field has expanded

12. Local realism collapses

13. Species wide interface manifests

14. Crises persist

15. Reactions increase in acuity and efficacy

16. Suprachronic challenges emerge and are recognised

17. The limits of liberalism are exposed, as longer view states achieve greater success

18. Liberal societies discard competitive norms

19. Humanity corresponds more successfully with itself

20. Humanity corresponds successfully with artificial general intelligence

21. Solutions more efficiently iterate

22. Humanity resolves to build the future, having realised that progress programs cannot be organic

23. Dynamical autropy is an emergent property.

24. The selves and the species are reconciled

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