Dec 25, 16 / Cap 24, 00 01:12 UTC
Core Asgardian Philosophical Principles ¶
I think it is fair to say that most of human history evolved with little concerted effort. Humans have accomplished a lot (for better or for worse), but it hasn't generally been a principled approach. Diverse groups of hunter-gatherers coalesced into different cultures and civilizations. Part of Asgardia's vision is to create "a mirror of humanity in space but without Earthly division into states, religions and nations," from Dr. Ashurbeyli's concept speech.
One of the things that attracted me to Asgardia was an idea of starting anew with humanity. What could the next several hundred years of human evolution look like if it were from a directed effort.
It would be antithetical to the value of individualism for Asgardia to have mandated philosophical principles, but I think Asgardia would have an identifiable core philosophy just as other nations have core philosophies.
What are the core philosophical principles of Asgardia?