By Ronald Logan
Humans organize themselves in social aggregates to meet their collective needs and express their collective potentials. These social units have evolved in size and nature over the course of human existence, going from bands, to tribes, to chiefdoms, to city-states, to nations and empires.
Modern political theory has given special importance to the role of nations. “Nationalism …
I. Proof of Empire
II. Proof of Collapse
III. Rise of a New Economy
I. Proof of Empire
“War and imperialism are Siamese twins joined at the hip. Each thrives off the other. They cannot be separated. Imperialism is the single-greatest cause of war, and war is the midwife of new imperialist acquisitions.” Chalmers Johnson
What is required for industrial revolution?
Areas must not depend on raw materials from outside their area. Raw materials must be locally produced. They should be indigenous. Those people who love the society must think in terms of an industrial revolution based on the raw materials available in that particular area.
What are the three parts of the PROUT industrial …
Ac. Krtashivananda Avt.
Human history is not a series of secular happenings without any shape or direction; it is an evolutionary process, a meaningful development. Those who observe the peripheral movement are carried away by the wars and battles, economic disorder, and political upheavals. But the real drama is acted out in its inner layer, where the conflict between the …
Deficiencies in Democracy
Dr. Susmit Kumar
Democracy was first introduced over 2,500 years ago in the ancient Indian state of Vaishali, which was situated in East India in the present state of Bihar. It was there that the Licchavi republic framed the first written constitution. Prior to that, the word of the king was law and kings ruled according to …
The structural possibilities of the future
Dr. Sohail Inayatullah
While there are numerous scenarios as to what the future may look like, few go beyond more than fantasy as they ignore structural factors, which limit what is possible. From a macrohistorical view, there is a wide range of possibilities. These are derived from Sarkar’s notion of four types of power …
Maximum Utilization and Rational Distribution
There should be maximum utilization and rational distribution of all mundane, supramundane and spiritual potentialities of the universe.
The first principle of PROUT is intended to fulfil artificial human wants. But apart from these man-made wants there are certain natural ones, which are difficult to satisfy for the existing theories. While desperately attempting in vain …