In Dorderism, there are no presupposed natural rights. All rights should be beneficial to increase the overall dynamic order of society.
This does not mean that we should doubt the existing social rights. In fact, since the existing rights have evolved over a long period of time in the process of human social development, they are already quite optimized results, and usually need to be maintained or strengthened. In this regard, rights are similar to Morality.
The following are the social rights covered in this book:
- The rights related to basic social order, such as right to life, property rights, judicial services;
- Social welfare , such as Universal Basic Income, education, medical;
- Political rights, such as voting.
It can be said that the social rights pursued by Dorderism are basically consistent with universal values. Besides, the above rights are not comprehensive, but as long as we stick to the criterion of "good for increasing the overall dynamic order of society", we can handle other rights well.