Why should/can politics concern aspects of social life?
Such as those pertraining to relationships or labour rights. Why can one claim that "there exists a right social life model", which is what the implementation seems to suggest.
It's possible that none of the practiced forms are "wrong" (since wrong would be subjective). Then why is it not possible to practice "all possible social life forms", since there cannot be a right one?
Yet, the political context again suggests that someone wants to claim that there is.
Or the make the argument simpler:
P1: Humans have no fundamental meanings other than bio-material (e.g. reproduction, eating, pleasure, ...)
=> Claims about non-fundamental meanings (such as, many "cultural claims") cannot be fundamental and thus one cannot non-subjectively "claimitize" social life (other than one's own).
Which suggests that "social life" is a form of "physical life" and that social theories that may be accurate must be physicalist theories. That they must rely on empirical verification, which is not possible in "social", because "social" is not hard. It's not possible to study "real social", because it cannot be consistently "claimitized". And everyone could always "form another view". Thus it seems like it would be impossible to conclude on much of anything else than "hard measurable" in social politics.