The Spontaneity of Social Life and Free Human Choice


spontaneity; manageability; free human choice; rational choice, constitutive policy

This article is an attempt to interpret fundamental issues related to the spontaneous formation and the course of social life; the role of free human choice of goals, means and actions; the relationship between the spontaneity of social life and its management. Based on the trends generated by new developments in technology and information and social changes, we proposes the thesis that from spontaneous, social life could become anthropocentrically directed and managed.

JEL: A13; F 60; O 15, 22; Z 13
Pages: 14
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