Survival of the fittest

Neocolonial: “Today, survival against the press of the Cathedral is inherently the harshest challenge facing any society. Societies that have chosen alignment as a defense put the society at risk from memetic absorption. Societies that choose memetic opposition put the society at risk militarily and economically.”

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  • A eucivic society must do two things. It must surviveand it must become greater.
  • Survival can be considered on multiple levels. A society’s people must survive the elemental; it must survive amongst other societies; it must survive memetically.
  • Greatness is also multifaceted. Greatness can be seen in enduring achievements, in greatness of spirit, greatness of mind, greatness of heart.
  • The current balance of focus between survival and growth necessarily waxes and wanes over time in response to the degree of threat, and the perception and expectation of such.
  • Today, survival against the press of the Cathedral is inherently the harshest challenge facing any society. Societies that have chosen alignment as a defense put the society at risk from memetic absorption. Societies that choose memetic opposition put the society at risk militarily and economically.
  • Any eucivic societal variant produced must have some scope leftover after the expenditure of focus…

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