Everybody has their own unique way of doing this.* There is staggeringdiversity in individual viewpoints.I propose to use Language of sufficient generality and rigor with whichwe can assess all Human beings and any organization whatsoever.
I believe our time is short but the data available in 1996 is sufficient to make explicit moves toward 'that' organizationfor coordinating a viable Global consensus at two levels:
 What it Means to be Human.
 Planetary Policy for optimal Human living conditions.
A rather big order; but I must start somewhere.
Some of my reference points are: Gregory Bateson, Humberto Maturana, Heinz vonFoerster, Ernst von Glasersfeld, Ross Ashby and Klaus Krippendorff. 5>
*While each individual has unique characteristics, I assert that we have only two or three important categories within which our lives can be expressed. ....
This is a great essay on constructivism, from a site in Greece.