LOCAL AND NON-LOCAL
This brief discernment is to complement the following presentation:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6J3ROV4IPc (as social science rather than as a political declaration or statement)
Capitalism, communism, democracy, politics, religion, culture, science, humanities, economics, civil, law, and among others are ideals, ways of life, and or practices that make up societies. In other words, are parts of sum of parts of societies or the whole since none of these parts by themselves can make up societies. And as such, socialism are about interaction parts of sum of parts of societies rather than any part by themselves. Therefore, for example capitalism cannot be said to be or be compared to socialism as in the presentation. And there are parts or practices that can have more influence or dominance than others. For example, if parts or majority of parts, in particularly influential or dominance, are negative or counterproductive, then such societies would be negative or counterproductive. However, if most parts or all parts are positive or good, then such societies would be good or great. And as such, socialism can be said as ways and practices to build or engineer societies.
Therefore, socialism need to be better explain (the word socialism has been and are being improperly defined and or misused despite it has been the practice over millenniums upon millenniums) as people and communities should neither be fear nor uncomfortable with such word and practices. Rather consider as causes, reasons, and opportunities to be parts of solutions to build or engineer better societies, common and greater good, world, and humanity. And in particularly youth and younger generations.
Initiative of Epistemology of Life and Ontology of Existence Foundation and Institute
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