What I really tried to show here, is that a truly universal ethical system is not possible. Because the dependence of ethical decisions on scaling of the current ethical systems we use have no foundations but cultural and physical causes and judgments. To consider more practical dimension of ethical events, basing juridical systems of our societies on logical foundations is not necessary. In liberal societies we can see the working of the described ethical system as agents try to defend the status quo (see lowering the μ value) that evolves over time anyway. In more conservative societies we can see the finite scope of ethical systems in work as the used ethical systems have theological or pure might (either financial or physical) based axioms in work to provide a limiting scope for the current ethics.
Todo: Include game theory and categorical imperative.