Interpretation on Mircea Malitza's Construct 'Geomodernity' – as a 'Quality of Life' New Approach; Complementary Approaches
XVI ISA 2006 International Congress at Durban The Quality of Social Existence in a Globalising World
19 Pages Posted: 23 Mar 2016
Date Written: July 27, 2006
“Quality of Life” [QoL] construct can draw up toward a better systemic understanding/explanation onto the complexity of our world. So, QoL is systemic as: a real worldwide item; a pattern for a model; an ideal.
Mircea Malitza, a venerable Romanian academician (mathematician, philosopher of science, interdisciplinarist, diplomat), across his long life experience, succeeded to aggregate the world puzzle into a new construct: “Geomodernity” / the actual effect of the technological advance generalization, all over the world, onto the diversity of more than 10,000 cultures, but resulting a single, worldwide, civilization.
There is a possible interpretation that Geomodernity reveals, parallel, the QoL within other analytic and responsible intellectual tools. This new construct onto some world information means to re-interpret the logical, (meta-)mathematical, and sociological bases of the aggregation (bottom to up).
In the same Romanian academic context, there are complementary constructs: “The smile of the street person” (Solomon Marcus); ”The transdisciplinarity toward a new societal level” (Basarab Nicolaescu); “Fuzzification versus Postmodernism” (Constantin Virgil Negoitza); “Structural-Phenomenology of the profound world” (Mihai Draganescu) – details in Table 3.5.1.
This order of presentation of the constructs is connected to a frame (mind; responsibility) to comprehend all these new constructs as types of aggregation onto QoL. It is possible to better comprehend the world within “all” these constructs, complementary.
Keywords: ACTIVIST, ALIENATION, Fuzzification versus Postmodernism (Constantin Virgil Negoitza), Interactive Modelling, MENTALIST, MIDDLE, New Science of HAPPINESS, Quality of Life, The smile of the street person (Solomon Marcus), The transdisciplinarity toward a new societal level (Basarab Nicolaescu), Struc
JEL Classification: A19, A29, B311, C59, C89, C99, D29, D59, D57, D79, D81, D83, D89, D99, I19, I29, I39, J2, J29, L39
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