Limits, Quest, Freeorder
Open space is characterized by limits that serve quest. Such constraints are good boundaries. Closed space is characterized by limits that obstruct quest. Such confines are badly made boundaries. Human social systems exist on a continuum between closed space and open space. Freeorder is an open network dependent upon and emergent from good boundaries, both found and made.
As the emergence of freeorder progresses the ratio between open and closed spaces increases. The sum of movements from closed space to open space constitutes the emergence of freeorder, occurring in many interrelated ways through mutually supporting changes. Explorers Foundation tracks and presents evidence of that emergence, cheers its acceleration, and invests in accelerants.