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The Smarandache theory on future society

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  • charlestle
    Here there are a paradox and a theory on society: 1) SMARANDACHE SOCIAL PARADOX: In a democracy should the nondemocratic ideas be allowed?
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 8, 2001
      Here there are a paradox and a theory on
      society:<br><br>1) SMARANDACHE SOCIAL PARADOX: <br> <br> In a
      democracy should the nondemocratic ideas be allowed? <br>a)
      If yes, i.e. the nondemocratic ideas are allowed,
      then one not has a <br>democracy anymore. (The
      nondemocratic ideas may overturn the society.) <br>b) If no,
      i.e. other ideas are not allowed - even those
      nondemocratic -, then <br>one not has a democracy either,
      because the freedom of speech is restricted.
      <br><br><br>2)Smarandache Sociological Theory:<br><br><br> As in the
      Primitive Society, the modern society is making for
      MATRIARCHATE � <br>the woman leads in the industrialized
      societies. <br>From an authoritarian PATRIARCHATE in the
      Slavery and Feudalism towards a more democratic
      MATRIARCHATE at<br>present. The sexuality plays an immense
      role in the manipulation of men by women, because the
      women "have monopoly of the<br>sex" as was justifying
      to me an American friend kept by his wife henpecked!
      <br> A cyclic social development. <br> The woman
      becomes the center of the society's cell, the family.
      <br>The sexual pleasure influences different life
      circles, from the low class people to the <br>leading
      spheres. Freud was right... One uses women in espionage,
      in influencing <br>politicians' decisions, in
      attracting businessmen - by their feminine charms, who
      obtain <br>faster results than their male proponents.
      <br> The women have more rights than men in western
      societies (in divorce trials). <br> <br><br>Reference: <br>
      Smarandache, Florentin, "Neutrosophy. / Neutrosophic <br>
      Probability, Set, and Logic", American Research Press, <br>
      Rehoboth, 1989.
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