The seventh article of the concrete methodology for building social capital
SEOUL, KOREA - Why does human cooperation become so fundamentally different from that among all other primates and non-eusocial animals? Why do self-interested individuals cooperate for their common good, or achieve the reciprocity between them?
The sixth article of the concrete methodology for building social capital
SEOUL, KOREA - Catallaxy, the order brought about by the mutual adjustment of many individual economies in a market, is the basis of “Social Capital”, in which enlarged networks of face-to-face contacts with members foster sturdy norms of generalized reciprocity
The fourth article of the concrete methodology for building social capital
SEOUL, KOREA - Life is one member of a class of phenomena which are open or continuous reaction systems able to decrease their internal entropy at the expense of the free energy taken from the environment and subsequently rejected in degraded form.
The third article of the concrete methodology for building social capital
Now another meta-concepts are being introduced: Catallaxy and Self-Organization. Aristotle defined the word "economy" as ‘the art of household management’, and tried to explain complex market phenomena through an analogy between a household and a state’.
SEOUL, KOREA — N R Narayana Murthy, Founder and Chairman Emeritus of Infosys Technologies Pvt Ltd., India. Mr. Murthy is a legendary Indian business known for building Infosys Technologies from a local company to a global leader in consulting and technology services.
SEOUL, KOREA - Amidst heightened tensions on the Korean peninsula, the focus from global media networks has largely been on the instability in North Korea under the leadership of Kim Jong Un and the threat of potential missile attacks on South Korea. The media has also actively reported on a multitude of other physical threats levied against South Korea, the United States, and their allies.
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