One party system is social antimatter!

Discussion in 'Science & Society' started by Peter2003, Apr 6, 2003.

  1. Peter2003 Registered Senior Member

    One party system shows antimatter (i.e., destructive) interaction at social scales, argues Eugene Savov in his book Theory of Interaction the Simplest Explanation of Everything. For example, consider the nazi Germany or the history of many other one party regimes that brought nothing but destruction, pain and misfortune to their peoples. There is a trend toward universality in modern science, e.g. see the books James Gleick's Chaos Making a New Science and Stephen Wolfram's A New Kind of Science. This all grasping trend reaches a peak in the Eugene Savov's theory of interaction.

    Does advance in social science depend on the progress in nature understanding?

    Are we moving toward one unified description of reality that will incorporate the social processes as cases in a much broader framework?

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