Ambiarchy Defined

Ambiarchy comes from the Latin, ambi, meaning "both," and archia, meaning "rule." Ambiarchy, then, means "both rule." The "both" in question can refer to a number of concepts. In the past-- though it doesn't seem to have been a major trend--, Ambiarchy has referred to a diarchy or biarchy, particularly one in which a man … Continue reading Ambiarchy Defined


Ambiarchy, What It Looks Like

An Ambiarchy is confederalist, consent-oriented, and voluntary. It is anarchist, panarchist, and voluntaryist. It is mutualist, Georgist, and distributist. It is communalist, agorist, syndicalist, and platformist. It is meritocratic, democratic, republican, constitutional, and parliamentary. It is Austrian, Marxist, monetarist, neo-Keynesian, corporatist, and chartalist. It is folkish, traditional, conservative, liberal, progressive, radical, and revolutionary. Among other … Continue reading Ambiarchy, What It Looks Like

Ambitheism, the Metaphysical Premise of Ambiarchy

The metaphysical premise of Ambitheism poses the existence of an eternal Monad. This Monad can be understood in secular terms, as the Universe, multiverse, Omniverse, or related concepts, or it can be understood in religious or spiritual terms, as one of the many names of God. To the Ambitheist, it's unimportant what we call it, … Continue reading Ambitheism, the Metaphysical Premise of Ambiarchy

To Create Ambiarchy, Start with Perfection

Ambiarchy and Perfection Ambiarchy starts with perfection. That is, the political economy of Ambiarchy rests upon and exists within the larger perfection of the Universe, as described in Ambitheism. According to Ambitheism-- the metaphysical premise of Ambiarchy--, the Universe is in a constant state of perfection, a state which always includes both the actual moment … Continue reading To Create Ambiarchy, Start with Perfection

Ambiarchy: What We Want

Government Inalienable Rights - One cannot transfer legal ownership of one's self Free Contract - Unhindered right to enter into contracts Meritocratic Leadership - Demonstrated ability Consensus Democracy - Agreement of the people, with principle objections Weighted Voting - Deferment by consensus to a weighted vote, when principled objections are not raised Range Voting - … Continue reading Ambiarchy: What We Want

Ambiarchy with Chinese Characteristics

The basis of Ambiarchist philosophy is the metaphysics of Ambitheism, which suggests that the material-physical world is governed by entropic processes, while spiritual-psychical processes are syntropic in nature. In other words, while the natural material world of dead things tends to external disorder, the thoughts and willpower of life tends toward internal order. The metaphysics … Continue reading Ambiarchy with Chinese Characteristics