Uniqueness and analogy multi context framework for ethical and political

Here is the current framework in Roman outline as an ethical system:

I. Core values: self-discovery, self-expression, creativity, individuality
II. Secondary values: impermanence, individualism, freedom, virtue ethics, transformative justice
III. Principles: mindfulness, introspection, self-governance, interdependence, respect, empathy
IV. Guidelines: communication, negotiation, compromise, self-reflection, accountability, transparency
V. Review mechanisms: committees (Self-Discovery, Self-Expression, Creativity, Individuality), independent review, transformative governance

As a political system, the framework might look like this:

I. Core values: self-discovery, self-expression, creativity, individuality
II. Secondary values: impermanence, individualism, freedom, virtue ethics, transformative justice
III. Principles: mindfulness, introspection, self-governance, interdependence, respect, empathy
IV. Guidelines: communication, negotiation, compromise, self-reflection, accountability, transparency
V. Governance: committees (Self-Discovery, Self-Expression, Creativity, Individuality), independent review, transformative governance
VI. System of justice: restorative justice, victim-centered restorative justice, transformative justice
VII. Standards: clear and fair guidelines for decision-making, transparency, accountability

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