The Reform Science Center

Bulletin. Politics

The state of reform politics

 


Table 1. Transitions

A

Thesis

B

Antithesis

C

Synthesis

Q

New quality

Man
Spirit-body

Woman
Body-spirit

Family
Embodiment of spirit

 

Life
Self-consciousness

Private intercourse
Material side of life

Social intercourse
Spiritual side of life

Social status
Quality of life

Self-affirmation

Separation of families
Family names

Attraction of families

Faith, traditions

World community
Communicability

Birth of religion

Multitude of families
Population

Single family
Ethnicity

Ethnic community
Ethnic population

Ethnic religion
Ethnic culture

Chief of community
Ethnic affinity

Border of ethnicity
Geography

Nation
Geographical borders

National religion
National culture

National laws
National restrictions

 

Interaction across borders and mediation

Civilized world
International law

Universal religion,
philosophy, science

Reference
1.1.  Igor S. Makarov. The science of politics. See Archive

Table 2. Reflections

A
Thesis

B
Antithesis

C
Synthesis

Q
Quality

Devotion to god,
universal deity

Devotion to ruler,
national deity

Monarchy - government
based on devotion

Religious elevation

Proxy-circle of families
Civil security

Security guard
Special security

Tyranny - government based on coercion

Enforcing discipline

Official functionaries
Ordinary people

Aristocrats – noble, enlightened, trustworthy

Aristocracy - Government based on trust

Education and enlightenment

Circle of enlightened wealthy people
Heritage of property

Circle of wealthy functionaries
Heritage of power

Oligarchy – government by self-sustainable circle of functionaries

Arousing the will
for popular organization

Organized government
Personal authority

Organized people
Collective authority

Democracy–organized collective government

Manifestation of people's sovereignty

Hierarchy of offices
Collective responsibility

Hierarchy of people
Personal responsibility

Republic – collective government with personal responsibility

Ideal embodiment of international law. Ideal model of government

Reference 
2.1.  Igor S. Makarov. The science of politics. See Archive

Table 3. Evolution

Affinity
zone
Evolution

A
Domestic
Empire-1

B
Solidarity

C
Support

D
Neutrality

E
Cultural

F
Com-mercial

G
Counter-empire

Q
Quality

Demo-republic
(PL-3-0)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Primitive self-governance
(PL-3Q0)

Empire-1
(PL-3-1)

PL-3A1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stable self-governance
(PL-3Q1)

Empire-2
(PL-3-2)

PL-3A2

PL-3B2

 

 

 

 

 

Union based on solidarity
(PL-3Q2)

Empire-3
(PL-3-3)

PL-3A3

PL-3B3

PL-3C3

 

 

 

 

Union based on support
(PL-3Q3)

Empire-4
(PL-3-4)

PL-3A4

PL-3B4

PL-3C4

PL-3D4

 

 

 

Mutual interest union
(PL-3Q4)

Empire-5
(PL-3-5)

PL-3A5

PL-3B5

PL-3C5

PL-3D5

PL-3E5

 

 

Cultural exchange union
(PL-3Q5)

Empire-6
(PL-3-6)

PL-3A6

PL-3B6

PL-3C6

PL-3D6

PL-3E6

PL-3F6

 

Commercial union
(PL-3Q6)

Empire-7
(PL-3-7)

PL-3A7

PL-3B7

PL-3C7

PL-3D7

PL-3E7

PL-3F7

PL-3G7

Global cooperation union
(PL-3Q7)

Reference
3.1.  Igor S. Makarov. The science of politics. See Archive