Matchism: Philosophy for creating social, economic, and political systems that will provide for human needs in ways that maximize stability and efficiency because they are designed to be compatible with human nature and the available level of technology.
Matchist: A proponent of Matchism
Matchish: the people who work to implement matchism, and a new spoken and written language for them
Clination: A Defining characteristic or Operating Mode of humans, a combination of their instincts, Imprinted Moral codes, and any culture norms that influence their dispositions and behavior.
Matchspec: Description of a social or cultural policy/law/rule/custom/mechanism that provides for Human individual or collective needs, making efficient use of available Clinations and any technology needed to implement it
Matchlist: The current list of Matchspecs that have been approved by the people.
Matchers: Those who use their knowledge of human nature and engineering to design Matchspecs. Cultural, social, and behavioral engineers.
Matchable Clination: Clination that is compatible with one or more Matchspecs
Deprecated Clination: Clination that is incompatible with the Goals of Matchism