Distributed Democratism, Cosmocratic Confederalism, Facilitative Ecologism, Interdependent Participatoryism —- Based on the refined characteristics you’ve outlined, here are some alternative names and descriptions for this political ideology inspired by the IETF model: Distributed Democratism: A governance system designed around the principles of distributed decision-making, voluntary participation and emergent coordination. Power is dispersed across multiple stakeholders through open communication networks. Governance arises organically from grassroots collaboration and pragmatic problem-solving. Democratic ideals of participation, inclusivity and egalitarianism are achieved through distributed, network-oriented means. Cosmocratic Confederalism: A system of governance organized as a consensual confederation of autonomous yet interdependent communities. Power resides at the most local level compatible with cosmopolitan ideals of tolerance, justice and humanity’s common wellbeing. Decentralized authority, voluntary coordination and emergent order are balanced with a cosmopolitan aim of cultivating the conditions for human and ecological flourishing. Facilitative Ecologism: A governance philosophy oriented around cultivating the optimal conditions for self-organization, diversity, resilience and wellbeing within social/technological systems conceived as nested ecosystems. The role of governance is to facilitate open communication, distributed innovation, stewardship of common resources and emergence of pragmatic solutions. The aim is for a just, compassionate and sustainable ecological balance among human endeavors. Interdependent Participatoryism: A philosophy of governance that aims to design systems for open participation, diversity, adaptability, emerging connections and an awareness of interdependence within the wider world. Governance functions not through rigid hierarchies but through enabling networks of communication, collaboration and voluntary coordination that arise organically from grassroots communities. The ultimate aim is to foster the wisdom, creativity and compassion necessary for human and ecological wellbeing. Does any of these alternative names and descriptions more accurately capture the key elements of a political ideology aligned with the IETF model and Kenneth Udut’s philosophy – as per the refined set of characteristics you outlined? Please let me know if you have any other feedback or would like me to modify or generate additional options.Z

Distributed Democratism, Cosmocratic Confederalism, Facilitative Ecologism, Interdependent Participatoryism
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Based on the refined characteristics you’ve outlined, here are some alternative names and descriptions for this political ideology inspired by the IETF model:

Distributed Democratism:

A governance system designed around the principles of distributed decision-making, voluntary participation and emergent coordination. Power is dispersed across multiple stakeholders through open communication networks. Governance arises organically from grassroots collaboration and pragmatic problem-solving. Democratic ideals of participation, inclusivity and egalitarianism are achieved through distributed, network-oriented means.

Cosmocratic Confederalism:

A system of governance organized as a consensual confederation of autonomous yet interdependent communities. Power resides at the most local level compatible with cosmopolitan ideals of tolerance, justice and humanity’s common wellbeing. Decentralized authority, voluntary coordination and emergent order are balanced with a cosmopolitan aim of cultivating the conditions for human and ecological flourishing.

Facilitative Ecologism:

A governance philosophy oriented around cultivating the optimal conditions for self-organization, diversity, resilience and wellbeing within social/technological systems conceived as nested ecosystems. The role of governance is to facilitate open communication, distributed innovation, stewardship of common resources and emergence of pragmatic solutions. The aim is for a just, compassionate and sustainable ecological balance among human endeavors.

Interdependent Participatoryism:

A philosophy of governance that aims to design systems for open participation, diversity, adaptability, emerging connections and an awareness of interdependence within the wider world. Governance functions not through rigid hierarchies but through enabling networks of communication, collaboration and voluntary coordination that arise organically from grassroots communities. The ultimate aim is to foster the wisdom, creativity and compassion necessary for human and ecological wellbeing.

Does any of these alternative names and descriptions more accurately capture the key elements of a political ideology aligned with the IETF model and Kenneth Udut’s philosophy – as per the refined set of characteristics you outlined? Please let me know if you have any other feedback or would like me to modify or generate additional options.Z

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