9 – Code of conduct

The founding members should draw up a universal code of conduct within the institution. This constitution should consider respecting the civil liberties of the individual, but there should be a system of induction available for the community’s lifetime members.

To be clear, all individuals’ rights and freedoms are to be protected, but it is not a certainty that all people can become lifetime members; this is the same as any institution. Although I would hope all transitory visitors are allowed temporary access.

[present note: this is written directly from the notebook and shows how confused my original thoughts were, this is an incoherent mess of thoughts ranging from the institutional structure of moral standards to forms of induction into the community, it then goes on to talk about visiting transient members. Things do improve in later texts as the focus improves.]