# What does an ideologically perfect solipsistic government look like? [closed]

A very large group of people find themselves together on a small continent with abundant natural resources. Each individual in the group is fully convinced that nothing exists outside of his or her own consciousness, but nonetheless, they cannot escape their own sense perceptions.

What kind of social structure or government would they form, if it is possible for them to organize at all?

• What's an ideologically perfect solipsistic government? – RonJohn Aug 2 '18 at 22:58
• Please clarify why this doesn't belong on philosophy.SE or politics.SE. – RonJohn Aug 2 '18 at 23:15
• What difference, if any, is there between not being able to escape their own sense perceptions and believing their sense perceptions to be real? – Upper_Case Aug 3 '18 at 0:15
• If you don't know what solipsism is, I'm fairly certain it's not my responsibility to provide you with reference material in my question. It is 100% your responsibility. We are NOT your reserach service. – JBH Aug 3 '18 at 3:30
• @JBH While this question is troublesome, I'm with boxcartenant in this point. Solipsism is an established philosophical theory, a quick google search clears up. Writing a question does not require you to explain any established technical term. – Otto Abnormalverbraucher Aug 3 '18 at 9:57