Humane Socity, Judicial Process: By S.C. Bansal Humane Socity, Judicial Process: By S.C. Bansal
Humane Socity, Judicial Process: By S.C. Bansal
Humane Socity, Judicial Process: By S.C. Bansal
Humane Socity, Judicial Process: By S.C. Bansal
Humane Socity, Judicial Process: By S.C. Bansal
Humane Socity, Judicial Process: By S.C. Bansal
Humane Socity, Judicial Process: By S.C. Bansal
Humane Socity, Judicial Process: By S.C. Bansal


Chapter 4

P108. The very vision of "state" is not deterministic but envisions possibility of possibility. Democracy enshrines the "future-state," against all deterministic force and refuses to remain bondage to historical past. It is embedded with anticipatory logic (p62).

Present day economists are spinning the human mind in the "vortex of greed" and therefore we must also develop means to assess the damage they cause (fracturing the internal environment of mind, an essential tool of human survival) . However, as said elsewhere, the economics of an individual has its own internal logic (Figure 10.1, p272) and only to a small extent influenced by external controls, perhaps by influencing the lifetime-chance.

In Indian philosophy, Lakshmi (symbolic of money-symbol) is anticipatory; she changes her abode to some internal logic and defies analysis. No economic philosophy or paradigm, from Khaldun to present day, can analyze this individual's economic cycle. Yet this cycle is visible as a noonday sun. We need to develop a dynamic tax system since all the present tax-systems are dependent on individual's economic capacity and its experience that resides in the past.

Biological-anticipation (see Chapter 10, p271) cannot be horizontally transmitted or transferred. But we must learn of this important principle for social coexistence by converting "this" into physical form to analyze economic actions. The possibility of constructing Reputation Index to dwarf economic crimes is given below in Figures 4.5.

The use of principles in Fuzzy logic and Biological Anticipation for artifacts is interesting but their use in analyzing economic-complexity (act and motive) at an individual's level is more compelling.

I suggest we take advantage of such knowledge to control invisible economic crimes (Reputation Index). Without this "economic-crime" other crimes are nearly impossible. Others can suggest more creative plan but little we doubt that it needs debate.

Humane Socity, Judicial Process: By S.C. Bansal

 

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