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TECTOLOGY OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR

IN THE CONTEXT OF THE GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT

Kostov Sergey Viktorovich

Novosibirsk State University

 

From the organizational point of view the most stable social formations in the history of humankind are authoritarian systems: patriarchal community, feudal society, serfdom-based and slaveholding organization, state, army, church, school, enterprise and at last family. The epoch of capitalism represents the transition from one stable state of humankind into the other. From the organizational point of view the development of any system goes on by the scheme: differentiation counterdifferentiation. The world community has already passed the stage of differentiation and at the present point of time is in the stage of counterdifferentiation, i.e. of integration of all numerous social systems into the single global whole. Historically this process is uneven by the speed of transformations and social expenses: not high rate and low expenses correspond to the peace historical period, and on the contrary to the period of war. From the organizational point of view the Second World War, as well as the First, and in general any war, is a moment of counterdifferentiation which proceeds with great intensity and enormous social expenses. Till 1917 the process of counterdifferentiation had exclusively the catagenic tendency of the development, globalizing the world community into the single whole by the old authoritarian scheme: where a separately taken authoritarian system with the control centre (egressor) which inferior index means individual control, and the upper one its catagenity, i.e. difference in interests and purposes between the center and periphery, the global authoritarian system with the single control centre (global egressor) with the identical senses of indexes. The First World War was a moment of bifurcation when along with the dominating catagenic tendency there was arisen the alternative arogenic one where the upper index means unity of interests and purposes between the center and periphery. The Second World War put an end to the dominating position of the catagenic tendency, and till 1991 both tendencies developed on the parity basis. Since 1991 there was again prevailed the catagenic tendency where the inferior index means the collective control centre. However such global system with a collective, but noncoherent control centre, catagenic to the development of humankind, is unstable and has two endings in perspective: either degradation of humankind or transition to the stable arogenic tendency of development with a collective control centre, arogenic to the development of humankind. Stability of such global authoritarian system is provided by minimization of internal wastes and maximization of external ones that takes place as the social energy formerly spent for the internal conflicts is inverted to adaptation to the environment.

 

 

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