Mathematical Principles of Social Philosophy


  • Florin Radulescu
  • Gabriel Sebe


Sans les mathématiques on ne pénètre point au fond de la philosophie.
Sans la philosophie on ne pénètre point au fond des mathématiques.
Sans les deux on ne pénètre au fond de rien.
(G.W. Leibniz)

 Succession Series

Here and elsewhere we shall not obtain the best insight into things until we actually see them growing from the beginning ...


The Succession/Repetition Classification

Once you can reproduce a phenomenon, you are well on the way to understanding it.
Arthur C. Clarke


The Succession Logic 

The opposite of a correct statement is a false statement. But the opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth.
Niels Hendrick David Bohr



Measure what is measurable, and make measurable what is not so.
Galileo Galilei



It should, however, be stressed that the hereditary mechanism just described must not be confused with the influence upon individual tastes due to exogenous (from the point of view of the individual) economic actions taken by others, such as advertising, conspiracy for creating false social distinctions, etc. The proper hereditary influences are an inborn feature of the individual. They are present irrespective of whether exogenous forces are at work or not. The latter may be overlooked in a static theory, the former never.
N. Georgescu-Roegen



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