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article (D-9) trois processus sociaux universels déterminants

Abstract : This article presents what we consider to be the three most determinant universal social processes of any human society: processes (1-) of production and provision of goods and services, (2-) of human reproduction, (3-) of belonging. These determining processes of any human society are only possible if there is association between people, often under the guidance of reason (thesis (2-)). This presentation is based on the assumption that all human society, and thus these three universal determining social processes, is founded on fundamental premises (thesis (5-)), some of which are more determining than others: those relating to 'the necessities of nature and its nature' and those relating to 'belonging'. Note: this thesis (5-) then cites the premises relating to 'fundamental rights', 'the sacred' and 'moral statements', but we consider these to be less decisive than those relating to 'the necessities of nature and its nature' and those relating to 'belonging'. This article also mobilises our theses (6-) and theses (7-) to underline that, for these three equally determining processes, the association of people is very often based on power relations and dominations, which are equally universal and which, for us, belong to a Machiavellian political anthropology.
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Andre Moulin. article (D-9) trois processus sociaux universels déterminants. 2022. ⟨hal-03494663⟩

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