Rationality of Legislation

No instrument of state policy can name, enumerate, be founded upon in whole or in part, explicitly permit or prohibit, honor or disparage, or otherwise refer to any belief or belief system, in whole or in part, which is not founded wholly and exclusively upon the physical laws of nature, the inferred principles of causal logic, and the principles enumerated in this document, principles which draw wholly and exclusively upon the physical laws of nature, the inferred principles of causal logic, and the empirical and inferred nature of the human mind.

All instruments of state policy must be accompanied by a document which justifies the instrument and all portions thereof through enumeration of the principles, as expressed in this document, upon which it is founded, and the unbroken logical progression by which the instrument is drawn from these principles.   No instrument of state policy, can be enacted or applied if it is not justified satisfactorily by such causal enumeration of founding principles.



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