Acta Universitatis Danubius. Relationes Internationales, Vol 12, No 2 (2019)

Modeling and Simulation of the Organic Evolution of Human Communities

Cristian-Sorin Prună

Abstract


The defining benchmarks of the paper aim at identifying the scientific premises that allow, in a systemic perspective, the modeling and simulation of the organic evolution of human communities. The proposed approach aims at establishing elements (constants, variables, parameters and relationships) characteristic of the significant political-political components from a strategic political point of view, which will be used when constructing a model regarding their evolution in the context of building the world system. In the effort to organize such a scientific fund, we have tried to achieve some clear and concise delimitations through the research methods - induction and deduction, analysis and synthesis of the factors relevant to the dynamics of nations and, implicitly, of the states and subsystems created during the globalization, both from the perspective of political geography and geopolitics, using the following general procedures: description, explanation and forecast / forecast. The scientific approach also sought to clarify the differences and relationships between political and geopolitical geography, which contribute to the understanding and structuring of the forms of manifestation of socio-political entities. The identified aspects are intended to be premises for the construction of a model of organic evolution of the human society, which involves also the connection with the global strategic system and with the national strategic ones (integrative, extended and sectoral strategies).

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