First principles

The 5 fundamental principles of PROUT

1st fundamental principle with additional material
No accumulation without permission, from PROUT, What It Stands For
The Regulation of Wealth, T. Overland

2nd fundamental principle with additional material
Maximum Utilization and Rational Distribution, from PROUT, What It Stands For
Minimum Requirements and Maximum Amenities, by P. R. Sarkar
Toward an Optimum Level of Income Inequality, Mark Friedman
A Living Wage — For All of Us, Roar Bjonnes

3rd fundamental principle with additional material
Maximum Utilization of All Potentialities, from PROUT, What It Stands For

4th fundamental principle with additional material
Proper Adjustment among Utilizations, from PROUT, What It Stands For

5th fundamental principle with additional material
Method of Utilization, from PROUT What It Stands For
The Specialty of the 5th Principle of Prout, P. R. Sarkar
Dynamic Equilibrium and Equipose (Prama), P.R. Sarkar

On PROUT's five fundamental principles, from The PROUT Companion (PROUT Giita)

The 11 Social and Socio-economic Principles of PROUT

PROUT terminology

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