Holistic Picture of Socio-economic Development: Endogenous and Exogenous Nature of Cycling

Iryna M Kaparulina

Abstract


The paper discusses the study of nature of cycling of socio-economic changes and is focused on coordination of fragmentary concepts of development of various fields of human activity. Taking into account multidisciplinary nature of this paper, the study was carried out using qualitative research methods. The article offers the concept of economics and society evolution in the form of a holistic picture of socio-economic changes, where public worldview is an endogenous evolution factor, and solar activity is an exogenous factor. Socio-economic changes from the middle of 17th century to the present day are described in the form of eight successive stages of a large evolutionary cycle (400-440 years). Presented concept is based on a poly-objective approach of evolution of Being, therefore social and economic development is treated as a natural part of the process of Universal Evolution. Generality of the proposed evolution concept makes it possible to use it in other fields of knowledge.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/rae.v5i3.3845

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