The End of Nation States: Preface
This political economic essay was written not for favouring and support an economic policy: This was written for the prediction of how the world economy becomes like. This project claims that our world is heading toward the end of the political idealism and speculative manifesto like "It will be like so if something is done." is no longer useful for both explaining about the current world situations and predicting the future world outcomes.
Economic analyses helped to create this prediction. Economics explains various outcomes by using the fact based objective analyses so that economics has an advantage of logically explaining the connection between various past events and the future possible events. By contrast, modern political theories are excessively relying on the subjective normative statement such as what ought to be instead of what will happen. These modern political theories are over-speculative about the future outcomes and they are hardly based on logical inferences like economics as they heavily rely on their fundamental principle of what they dream to accomplish.
What it suggests is adapting to the inevitable change gradually happening now. This prediction is neither an optimistic one such as "Communist manifesto" by Karl Marl and "Capitalism - The Unknown ideal" by Ayn Rand nor a pessimistic one such as "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley and "Nineteen Eighty-Four" by George Orwell. It simply predicts the change in paradigm which will have both advantage and disadvantage. What some political philosophers said were partially wrong meanwhile they were partially correct to explain about the future world.
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