It is possible to consider the model of the eonic effect is too complicated, but in fact it is not. It is a simple methodology with a simple question: using a grid analysis, i.e. a sequential and parallel matrix analysis, does world history show any suspicious patterns? If does indeed! The first question: world history shows a suspicious frequency pattern, and next to that a most curious spatial pattern in parallel. That’s it, the eonic effect…That’s the ‘rustling in the bushes’ that suggests something going on where we see only the surface. Continue reading “The eonic effect, the ‘ompah’ factor: why marxism gets history wrong…and how to upgrade”
One can only recommend reading World History and the Eonic Effect to see why social/historical theories are always failures (and that includes economic theories, marxist/capitalist, plus historical materialism).
This is perhaps the only book that exists that can model free agency in the context of historical determination, I didn’t say determinism. And that again in the context teleological dynamics (or better, directionality). Economists try more and more complex mathematical models with calculus, don’t work. What might work is right under their noses, or could work: simple approximation models with computers, but with agency somehow built it, best of luck. Historians try to mate history with darwinism, won’t work. Continue reading “poor you, brainwashed by darwinism, (aren’t allowed to) will never read this book, 99 cents, cheap…//World History and the Eonic Effect Fifth Edition: Civilization, Darwinism, and Theories of Evolution…”