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The Spirit of the Law.


List of prohibited activities. The law is mandatory for compliance. Breaking the law means causing evil. For causing harm, they are punished.

Law requirement

The law should be known to everyone. Everyone should be aware of the punishment for breaking the rules and for causing harm to others.

The law should be so clear and simple that it can not be broken due to errors in thinking that are common to all people.

The law should be known, clear, simple.

What should be prohibited by law

The law should prohibit behavior that weakens the power of the people.

The power of the people is based on the power of every individual who makes up the people. Hence, the law must protect the power of each individual.

The power of the individual in his health, physical and spiritual. Hence, the law should prohibit any kind of activity of people that are harmful to the health of the individual.

The law forbids the infliction of evil on an individual:

- Harmful to physical health.

- Hurting spiritual health.

- Violence against free will.

- The threat of harm.

- Causing death.

The power of man lies in the "instruments of created power." Through them, the person survives. These tools are called "property". Hence, the law must protect the property of each individual.

The law prohibits the infliction of damage to the property of an individual:

- Actions that led to the damage of another's property.

- Actions that led to material costs.

- Assignment of someone else's property, against the will of the owner.

- Assignment of another's property, deceit.

The power of the people lies in the moral values ​​that guide every person. Hence, the law should prohibit any kind of activity of the individual, destroying the morality of people.

The law forbids the destruction of morality:

- Behavior forbidden by morality.

- Propaganda of immoral behavior.

Propagation of immoral desires.

The power of the people lies in the organization of people. Hence, the law should protect the way people are organized in the community.

The law prohibits the destruction of the state system:

- Actions for violent change of state structure.

- Actions for the forcible change of public authorities.

- Abuse of power in the performance of public service.

- Actions against the interests of their people.

- Actions against public property.


Methods of behavior that are the same for all people. The purpose of the rules is to avoid causing harm to each other due to an unfavorable combination of circumstances. Compliance with the rules prevents the possibility of the commission of evil without self-interest, by mistake.

Rules are the means to an end. The goal is "not causing harm." Therefore, for violating the rules that did not lead to the infliction of evil, it is impossible to punish severely.

The law for people with a good temper

People with good morals do not harm others, because they themselves suffer from someone else's pain. For them, a public law is not needed at all. Enough rules of ethics.

The law for people with mixed customs

"By their actions, not to inflict harm on other people," this is the spirit of the law.

In order for a person to be moral, they raise him. Explain that there is evil, and what is good, so that you understand. They teach from birth rules of ethical behavior. Ways of formal behavior that does not hurt the interests of others.

All people are introduced to public law and punishment for violation. If the individual does not like the severity of punishment, he refuses to act. Fear of punishment is the reason for voluntary obedience to the law.

The law for people with evil temper

People with evil temper are not capable of ethical behavior. They do not want to understand the ultimate goal of ethical requirements. Therefore, it is impossible to stop the evil done by such people by listing the prohibitions. Their minds will find a way to inflict evil without breaking the law formally. But you need to stop the evil. How?

Mechanism of the law

For those who break the law, punishment is provided. For violation of the rights of another person, for causing harm. The threat of punishment alters the priorities that govern the soul of a person. Introduces correction in thought.

Permitted by law is what is not prohibited by morality.

The form of the implementation of the law is punishment for inflicting harm.

The essence of punishment is violence over the will of the offending person.

The purpose of punishment is to stop criminal ways of life, to preserve the community in order to survive all.

To implement the public law, a state apparatus of coercion for moral behavior has been created.

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