Utilitarianism of Access

“You can lead a horse to water, but . . . ” This post revisits a term I once came up with to encapsulate the purpose of Geocentric Design Code.

In truth, a grand purpose did not precede the code’s development – at least not consciously. In fact, in attempting to harmoniously accommodate the bicycle within a  ducky architectural style, my aim was pretty narrow. But to realize such required abstracting commonality between the (geometric) essences of each artifact type, and with success, the door was opened to much broader realms of application.

Thus, owing to its after-the-fact nature, utilitarianism of access is more virtue than purpose. However that may be, there is a crucial presupposition behind the idea, namely a world view in which the purpose of creation is to return the Creator’s impetus in creating it. For love to qualify as such requires, at the least, a sound sense of Who is being loved, and the free will to act on it. I believe these conditions were met initially when homo sapiens received The Word of God and became man in possession of a moral conscience. So conceptualized, the completed circuit of fulfilled purpose is what has typically been called heaven.

If this world view has any merit, it seems reasonable that advancing the base conditions required for the growth of fulfilled purpose would be a good thing. Therefore, the most basic goal of utilitarianism of access entails contributing to the future existence of the human race by addressing the sustainability of a livable environment needed to support it because, put simply, in order for heaven to experience expansion, more souls are required.

Theoretically, application of Geocentric Design Code should advance sustainability in a number of ways, such as in the conservation of resources which would likely transpire in the minimalism of its salt-of-the-earth architecture, as well as by CBA’s solar attributes and its human-powered transport accommodation. Beyond this “begins-at-home” approach, standardizations based on the common geometries of constructs produced potentially offers widespread reusabilities and greater industrial efficiencies.

The second virtue that utilitarianism of access should have in order to qualify as such lies in its ability to foster more freedom for more people. In a very general sense, one way in which a correctly employed code can advance freedom lies in its implied scaling down of imprisoning materialism.

Lastly, utilitarianism of access should inform free souls. Toward such cause, code application frames the world with constructs guided by a geometry reflective of nature’s centralized forces. Then, by the minimal geometric expression of the CBA architectural style, existence on a spinning sphere amid a universe of spheres is inferred – along with a precise sense of place on that sphere. In so doing, the laterally limited social dimension is informed, humbled, and distinguished by the infinite spiritual above – inclined to via juxtaposed celestial cubes.

To summarize, utilitarianism of access entails advancing conditions by which the potential for an expansion of ultimate fulfilled purpose increases with more free and informed souls. So stated, utilitarianism of access (or the code as hopefully one of its contributing members) does in no way claim to actually expand heaven by reason of improving the conditions for such. This is ultimately between an individual soul and his or her Maker. Qualified thus, I will address some U of A pitfalls in a future post.

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