Logic is the justification of one statement by another until we reach a statement that we don’t feel the need to justify.
Principles require no justification. They are statements that we, individually or as a society, agree to without question.
Consequences are statements that logically follow from a principle or another consequence.
Adhering to more than one principle creates the potential for unresolvable conflict.
Eniko has one principle. The principle itself doesn’t really matter. It is just the starting point of our journey. The challenge is to see what, together, we can derive from it. Can we build an entire hierarchy of consequences to live by from a single principle?
You can derive your own consequences from the principle or from other consequences in the Eniko hierarchy. If it is agreed that your consequence really does logically follow its parent, it will be added to the hierarchy.
We start our journey from a single principle and will inevitably reach consequences that contradict widely held principles. The challenge ahead will be conceptually, intellectually and morally difficult. We will be forced to challenge everything we've ever assumed. We must acknowledge this and embrace the opportunity for adventure and discovery.