Integral Society: Social Institutions and Individual Sovereignty

Integral Society: Social Institutions and Individual Sovereignty

by Gordon L. Anderson
Integral Society: Social Institutions and Individual Sovereignty

Integral Society: Social Institutions and Individual Sovereignty

by Gordon L. Anderson

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Overview

This book is a manifesto for an integral society in which sovereign individuals are served by social institutions, not exploited by them. Banking and investment firm cabals have engaged in unchecked forms of theft that distribute "new money" to wealthy elites and governments. Social institutions have a valuable place in an integral society, but they must be kept to their mission, sphere, and level of society. This book is about creating social institutions and a constitution for sovereign individuals to pursue life, liberty, and happiness in a sustainable world.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940186719083
Publisher: Paragon House Publishers
Publication date: 11/26/2022
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Gordon L. Anderson earned his Ph.D. in Philosophy of Religion at the Claremont Graduate University. He has been editor-in-chief of International Journal on World Peace since 1992. He is author of many articles and books, including Philosophy of the United States: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness (2004) and Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, Version 4.0 (2009).

Anderson has a long experience with the analysis of major political systems. In 1985, he organized with Professors Alexander Shtromas, Morton A. Kaplan, and 90 Sovietologists, in Geneva, Switzerland, a conference on "The Fall of the Soviet Empire: Prospects for Transition to a Post-Soviet World." Observers later stated that this conference not only accurately predicted the end of the Soviet Union, but may have helped guide its peaceful transition. In 1987, in the Philippines, with the guidance of Professors Ilpyong J. Kim and Morton A. Kaplan, a similar study with 90 sinologists was conducted on "China in a New Era: Challenges and Opportunities." Then in 1989, in London, England, with the guidance of Professor Edwards Shils he organized a conference of 90 experts on democratic government titled "Liberal Democratic Societies: The Present State and Future Prospects." He edited Morality and Religion in Liberal Democratic Societies, one of the seven books published from this conference. Anderson also serves as President of the Minnesota Legislative Evaluation Assembly, of which he has been a member evaluating the Minnesota legislature since 1999.
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