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Church and state model based on non-interference. An approach to power.
Toynbee in sSudy if History describes the emergence of Europe as a central as being based on the division between secular power and theocratic power, which did not appear to be in conflict with each other, neither interested in obtaining what the other had. This is a very interesting development that might expand our sense of our own possibilities.
The obvious would be that we have an authoritarian center to manage climate change efforts, and we have a democratic periphery that articulates the wishes of the people at the material level
But that is just the beginning, other possibilities should occur to us learning from this model of parallel, non-interfering organizations of society.