Practical guide to understanding the fabric of society
The book is asking the reader to build the “perfect society”, by choosing the answers to 20 questions, asked in each Chapter.
In order to fulfill the task, the reader must create logically coherent string of thoughts.
There are only two possible choices/pathways, both of which are logical, coherent, justifiable and have been already tested in practice all across the globe in the XX century. However, the final outcomes of these pathways to “perfect societies” are very different.
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About the authors
Two Molecular Biologists interested in Social Sciences
Some of the most valuable lessons regarding Social Sciences during the XX century came from two very unexpected men, both of them mathematicians: Solzhenitsyn and Shafarevich.
More often than expected, people with uncommon educational ground are capable of clearly seeing the solution while the experts, narrowly specialized in a specific fields are failing, time and time again.
Two molecular biologists, people who deeply understand evolution, whose origin is from the Balkans and who were able to see the results of various Marxist ideologies can clearly see some things that typical Western people are oblivious of.
Just as a wolf has the right to his sheep,
so has every tyrant to a weakling.
To place foot upon tyranny's neck,
to lead tyrants to knowledge of right,
this is the most sacred of man's duties!
immortal words of Njegoš
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The Gulag Archipelago
by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
The book every Free Man must read in order to understand how Hell on Earth can be created.
The Socialist Phenomenon
by Igor Shafarevich
The best book about the history of proto-Marxist ideologies. Very underrated and forgotten, but highly recommended by Solzhenitsyn.
by Thomas Sowell
We could recommend any of his books. All of them are warm, easy to read, containing simple but unforgettable stories.