An Epistocratic Constitution -

Cure to hypocratic Indian Democracy.




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An epistocratic constitution - cure to hypocratic Indian democracy

Copyright © 2011 by Sudhier

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The only thing that is constant is change. It is the law of nature that all great works of great people, great ideas of wise minds are challenged at some point in history. Nothing is perfect, no one is perfect. Sacred things that are untouched remain so because of the stupidity of human nature that prohibits mankind to delve deeper into their nature. It is the duty of every right minded individual to constantly study, assess, examine, and challenge the sacred things that form the very basis of human existence. To deny freedom to question the sacred nature of certain things means to deny the very soul underlying mankind’s evolution. Humans evolved through constant questioning of the cause and effect phenomenon surrounding their habitat. It is human nature to question the basis of rules. To deny that very human nature by a civil society or an individual himself by attaching the tag of unquestionable sacredness to certain component of the society is best considered as treachery on part of man against mankind.

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