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A philosophy of the society

Tendencies, drives, instincts

The humanity is destined to reach its perfection.

Jean Marc Tonizzo, oeuvre sur papier, ABCThis chapter, called “humanity”, is a kind of different part of the mecanique universelle, an extra part. Under the Darwinism point of view, we will deal with the secular problems of the humanity.

We well study the main social, ideological and political evolutions undertook by our specie as well as the things that sometimes slows their realization down…

We will try to understand how the tendencies, the drives or the narcissism succeed in degrading the theoretically “positive” ideologies (such as the communism or the liberalism) … and we will open new ways to a fairer and more humane evolution, like the concept of the “symbiosis”, that can be able to make gradually evolve the actual neo liberalism toward a more humane system. We will also lean on the concept of “globalization”, this new thing for the human community, the solutions to be hoped with it and the mechanisms that lead it astray.


The former philosophical speculations regarding to the problems of society become dated very fast. In spite of their visionary qualities, Plato, Aristotle or Kant have suggested society models, or have sustained intolerable practices for the contemporaneous man… Obviously, there is no comparison between their philosophical talent and the poor quality of these texts, but the ageing mechanism is the same one. In other words, these texts will be soon outdated. In the other hand, we cannot forget the following idea “all that happens is necessary to the human evolution”…

In other words, the human excesses, the irregularities of the neo liberalism have necessarily an invisible vocation, a hidden sense that the time will reveal.