claude-instant’s alright. Asking for names for this hypothetical governance model; three jump out that I’ll pursue: Pragmatist Libertarianism with Neurodiverse Governance and Open Systems Governance
Some potential names for this political ideology inspired by the IETF model and Kenneth Udut’s values could include:
• Networked Democracy – Highlighting the principles of distributed participation, open communication, and consensus decision-making that underpin the model. Focused on networks of participatory governance.
• Pragmatic Participatoryism – Emphasizing the combination of participatory and consensus-driven processes with a pragmatic, results-oriented focus. Governance aimed at achieving optimal outcomes.
• Inclusive Directed Evolution – Reflecting the ideology’s emphasis on an adaptive, organic, and continually evolving governance system that is inclusive of diverse perspectives and needs. Evolution driven by participation.
• Pragmatist Libertarianism – Capturing the blend of libertarian elements like voluntary coordination and distributed power with a pragmatic focus on real-world applications and problem-solving. Libertarianism tempered by pragmatism.
• Neurodiverse Governance – Highlighting the model’s explicit aim to embrace and accommodate different cognitive styles in its functioning. Governance designed for neurodiversity.
• Open Systems Governance – Reflecting the holistic, systemic view of society, and emphasis on open communication, open participation and transparency as core principles. Governance as an open system.
• Digital Participatory Organism – Signifying that the governance structure functions as a type of living system, organically self-organizing through the participation of many. An organism made up of participants.
Any of the above (or a blend) could potentially serve as a name for this emergent political ideology inspired by the IETF model and Kenneth Udut’s philosophy, capturing some key elements of its functioning and aims. The “right” name would ultimately depend on how proponents wish to position and communicate the ideology’s core value propositions and differentiators.
Do any of these potential names resonate as effectively capturing the essence of this emergent political ideology? Please let me know if you have any thoughts on how best to name this new governance model inspired by Kenneth Udut’s philosophy. I’m happy to refine or generate additional options as needed.