Glliea, Mohamet
January 2006
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2006, Vol. 10 Issue 26, p229
Academic Journal
Every system, be it political, economical, or social, has certain rules. These rules regulate the relations among the individuals living within the system. The liberal system has been heavily influenced by the natural laws and discoveries made by Isaac Newton as well as by what Darwin called “the struggle for survival.” These laws have been transferred to, and employed in, the struggle among the individuals each striving for his/her own interests. In 17th and 18th centuries, natural laws were highly exalted. Since natural laws consist of certain general rules, these generals rules must be valid at any time and in any place, and they must be discovered by humankind using reason. And in the third model proposed by the Green Book, colonialism, tyranny and oppression are criticized in line with the principle of fairness. In this model, natural laws are the real basis and measure. In this article, natural laws on which the Third Theory is based in proposing solutions to political, economical, and social problems will be exemplified.


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