Memories and Social Change: Creative Knowledge Society

36 Pages Posted: 7 Jan 2011

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Nicolae Bulz

‘Interdisciplinary Entities Laboratory', 2000; Center for Studies and Research on Agrosilvical Biodiversity „Acad. David DAVIDESCU”(CSCBAS)

Date Written: January 6, 2011

Abstract

There was across a long period, collapsed into the actual globalised crisis, mainly into the American and Western European mass-media pools an obvious trend: to (re)present into an unexpected way the climax of the financial competition and the locus of the high stress human activity, the stock exchange (I) – the place where people (stockholders, merchants, stockbrokers, dealers, etc.) publicly buy and sell stock and shares in companies, the turning point of investing money. I term this trend as an unexpected way, comparing it implicitly to the huge efforts of research and action (II) toward eliciting new technologies (through inventions – most on the e-World realm) and incurring the mysteries of the Macrocosm, Microcosm and deep biological stance on the Earth (through discoveries – most on the Astrophysics, Quantum Theories, and Genetics realms).

So, there is a competition – at least on representational stance of our contemporary world between the two ways (I and II depicted above) to mass-media smart representations.

Starting from the fact that there are human beings involved, individual and collective memories, an intrinsic becoming of the information onto time, then, there is the possibility to replace the abstract and invisible competition with a commonplace co-operation, during a so short individual work-life into a stock exchange, and a statistical confined alienation overwhelming happiness regarding the individual beings of the heads of schools and sole fathers of the contemporary great discoveries.

On the other hand, also, there is into the American intellectual pool a very complex reflection of the corpus of works from Reinhold Niebuhr (1892-1971), but SEPARATING his two books: “The Nature and Destiny of Man: A Christian Interpretation”, and “Moral Man and Immoral Society”.

This is (simply viewing) to separate memories by actions. The study proposes to imply QUALIA and PARADOXIES into this view regarding the separation of the memories by actions.

Considering on the possibility of a contemporary replay to Reinhold Niebuhr’s paradigm: Moral Man and Immoral Society, there is proposed to be (re)searched an answer to the question:

* WHY DOES NOT THE RATIO POVERTY/WELFARE WORK as a dynamically pro-market reform indicator, into the contemporary MARKET and ECONOMY?

** WHY DO NOT THE QUALIA and PARADOXIES SUSTAIN A BENEFICIAL COHERENCE AND COHESION OF HUMANKIND TREND(S) WITHIN A NEGOTIATION NEXUS ONTO THE COMPLEXITY OF HUMANKIND, SCENARIOS ON THE WORLD NEAR FUTURE, SCIENCE-RELIGION DIALOGUE?

* If (a) [simple and/or complex] answer(s) exist(s), then it would operatively result, at least, from the construct CREATIVE PARTNERSHIP. This construct would “mean” the existence of a flow of the proposed (re)search: to complete a Charta I of GENEROSITY-CREATIVITY-SOLIDARITY WITHIN CREATIVE PARTNERSHIP, to largely diffuse the Charta I and to elicit the creative partnership onto a minimal case study on conflict-consensus on high school teenagers issues, to amend – to adapt – to negotiate the (numerical) parameters of the Charta I, to complete the extensions of the addenda as research co-themes, to gather the knowledge and the societal praxis in order to elicit the constructs: CREATIVE PARTNER, INTERNATIONALLY CIVIL SOCIETY, SUBTLE WORLD, SUBTLE INDICATORS, ECO-CONSCIOUSNESS till to construct a self-sustained Center for Creative Partnership, a Moral Market, at all.

** If (a) [simple and/or complex] answer(s) exist(s), then it would operatively result, at least, from the construct CREATIVE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY WITHIN A NEGOTIATION NEXUS ONTO THE COMPLEXITY OF HUMANKIND, SCENARIOS ON TH WORLD NEAR FUTURE, SCIENCE-RELIGION DIALOGUE. This construct would “mean” the existence of a flow of the proposed (re)search: to complete a Charta II of OPENING (at least) SCIENCE-RELIGION DIALOGUE, to largely diffuse the Charta II and to elicit the creative dialogues versus negotiations on Science-Religion matter, at least within a minimal partnership onto a contemporary educational case study on high school issues, to amend – to adapt – to (re)negotiate the (numerical) parameters of the Charta II, to complete the extensions of the addenda as research co-themes, to gather the knowledge and the societal praxis in order to elicit the constructs: SCIENCE-RELIGION PARTNER, INTERNATIONALLY SCIENCE-RELIGION SOCIETY, SUBTLE WORLD, SUBTLE INDICATORS, ECO-CONSCIOUSNESS till to construct a self-sustained Center for a Creative Negotiation Nexus onto the Science-Religion Dialogue, an inquiry into the deepness of the actual globalised crisis, a Moral Knowledge Society, a Science-Religion Partnership market of information and knowledge, at all.

This study is focused exclusiveley on Charta I, not on Charta II – this being a next stage task of the author – hoping to be other co-authors, too.

This may be (also simply viewing) to aggregate the creativity, the information and the knowledge – all the triads of the science and religions wisdom – onto the future humankind society – to concord memories by actions.

Keywords: Creative Partnership, Social Anticipation, Mental Incursion, Qualia, Mental Concepts and Constructs

JEL Classification: A19, C99, D89, P59

Suggested Citation

Bulz, Nicolae, Memories and Social Change: Creative Knowledge Society (January 6, 2011). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1736244 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1736244

Nicolae Bulz (Contact Author)

‘Interdisciplinary Entities Laboratory', 2000 ( email )

Sibiu
Romania

HOME PAGE: http://ssrn.com/author=832079

Center for Studies and Research on Agrosilvical Biodiversity „Acad. David DAVIDESCU”(CSCBAS) ( email )

National Economic Research Inst / Romanian Academy
Bucharest
Romania

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