Introduction:


N55 SERVICES offers to help improving living conditions wherever it is needed, in collaboration with local communities or persons around the world.


Construction:

N55 SERVICES implements existing N55 systems, adapts N55 systems or develops new systems for a specific situation.
Existing N55 systems consist of a wide range of systems for daily living and political understanding that go beyond ideological and religious conceptions.


Background:

N55 work with art as a part of everyday life.
N55 is a platform for people to work together, share places to live, economy, and means of production. N55 is based both in Copenhagen, and in LAND.
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Introduction:

MOVEMENT is a political movement that any person ought to take part in. The aim of MOVEMENT is to find ways of living with as small concentrations of power as possible.


Background:


There is a logical relation between persons and the rights of persons. Persons should be treated as persons and therefore as having rights. If we deny this assertion it goes wrong: here is a person, but this person should not be treated as a person, or: here is a person, who should be treated as a person, but not as having rights. Therefore we can only talk about persons in a way that makes sense if we know that persons have rights.
The fundamental purpose of politics is to protect the rights of persons. If we deny this assertion we get: the fundamental purpose of politics is not to protect the rights of persons. This suggests that one of the basic tasks of politicians could be, for example, to renounce the rights of themselves and of others. This has no meaning. Or that there is a more important purpose to politics which does not have anything to do with persons and therefore also has nothing to do with the rights of persons. That is plain nonsense. Therefore, we now know that the basic purpose of politics is to protect the rights of persons. In other words we cannot talk about politics in a way that makes sense without the assumption that the fundamental purpose of politics is to protect the rights of persons.
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