Is there some way to distinguish between "better" and "worse" political ideologies on some general level?
It's clear that there are some subjective beliefs/preferences such as being in favor of labour philosophies, if one belongs to a lower wealth class.
But I also believe that there could be an objective political context, that is, political ideas that should be rational regardless of subjective viewpoint. It would contain the most fundamental and universal beliefs.
But, what/how can one identify things that belong there? Criterion of universality (i.e. how many believe in it), criterion of "hardness" (e.g. that killing is bad), something else?