Chapter 5

The Syntax of Autocratic Systems and the Cybernetic Alternative of Systems Based on Social Responsibility

Matjaž Mulej, Kazimierz Turkiewicz and Domenika B. Turkiewicz

Abstract

The autocratic system is a fundamental element of function in societies and their various organizations and institutions. The current global recession and economic crisis are bringing a great deal of attention to the causes and mechanisms of these phenomena, which are organically associated with the current development of autocratic systems in the global society. In this work we present the abstract-syntactic model of the main dynamic functions of autocratic systems, focused on the developmental cycle. This model shows the general pathways of development of societies and reflects the current reality very accurately. The transition from autocratic socio-economic systems to alternatives based on social responsibility is, we hope, beginning to emerge.

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