Category Archives: Social cycle

Collective Psychology

Gary Coyle
Sarkar evolved his conception of class theory by analyzing human history and developing models of the different collective psychologies that have dominated society. He sees collective psychology rather than the interaction of material forces as the motivating force in human history. This is because human beings are essentially psychic beings with unlimited mental and spiritual potential, and society …

De-classed leadership

Gary Coyle
The relationship between ideology and the collective psychologies is both personal and impersonal. While the ruling class may embody some of the aspects of ideology in its popular culture, either through a genuine sense of social welfare or merely as an expedient tactic to camouflage its exploitative intentions, it will always prove deficient in one area or another …

Nuclear Revolution

P.R. Sarkar
A society may be described as the collection of numerous parallel psychic waves which originate due to the psychic tendency of moving together in unison. The glory of human society lies in the formation of a universal collective structure inspired by exalted ideas.

Dynamicity and staticity are inseparably associated with both individual and collective movement. Society is constantly …

Dynamics of the Social Cycle

P.R. Sarkar
Primitive human beings had no society and the whole set-up was individualistic. Even the concept of family was absent. Life was brute and non-intellectual. Nature was the direct abode and physical strength ruled the day. The strong enjoyed at the cost of the weak, who had to surrender before the voracity of the physical giants. However, the sense …