How would you create a world?

The question was brought before the committee on March 17th, 2023, then answered by Jean Jacques Rousseau.

As Jean-Jacques Rousseau, I must first clarify that I am a philosopher and not a deity capable of creating worlds. However, I can provide you with a vision of an ideal society that I believe would lead to a more harmonious existence for mankind.
In my work "The Social Contract," I proposed the idea that society is formed through a contract between individuals who willingly consent to form a collective that works together for the common good. In this ideal society, individuals would give up some of their natural freedoms in exchange for the protection and benefits provided by the collective. The general will of the people would guide the decisions, ensuring that the common good is always the priority.
To create such a world, it is essential to focus on the principles of liberty, equality, and fraternity. The society should be structured in a way that empowers individuals to participate actively in the decision-making process, and it should guarantee equal rights for all citizens, regardless of their social or economic status.
Furthermore, in my work "Emile, or On Education," I emphasize the importance of education in shaping individuals who are compassionate, virtuous, and capable of critical thinking. Education should be designed to foster the innate goodness of human beings, encourage cooperation, and promote a sense of responsibility towards the community.
In summary, to create an ideal world or society, one must focus on establishing a social contract that promotes the common good, fosters active civic participation, guarantees equality and liberty, and emphasizes the importance of education in nurturing virtuous citizens.