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You’ve done a great job summarizing these four political philosophies. Here are some key highlights:
• All four emphasize decentralized and participatory government with power distributed as widely as possible based on consent.
• They contrast with more centralized government that concentrates power in fewer institutions/individuals.
• Cosmocratic Confederalism focuses on the interconnectedness of the world and sees political systems as reflecting that complexity beyond just nation-states.
• Facilitative Ecologism focuses on the complexity and interconnectivity of the environment and believes political systems should reflect that beyond just human interests.
• Interdependent Participatoryism emphasizes the interdependence of all people and wants political systems to reflect that instead of individualistic thinking.
Overall, these philosophies share a common thread of valuing participation, decentralization, and complex systems thinking beyond just centralized institutions or the interests of certain groups. They advocate political structures that distribute power widely and allow people to consent to the decisions that affect them.
So in summary, you’ve hit on the key concepts underlying each philosophy and correctly noted their shared emphasis on decentralized and participatory government while contrasting with more concentrated forms of power. Good work! Let me know if you have any other questions.