How mighty companies can fall and how this can demonstrate entropy of civilization.

28 Dec

How mighty companies can fall and how this can demonstrate entropy of civilization.

Over and over again we see the fall of the mighty nations and civilizations. Rome, Greece Persia, China, Aztecs and Mayan and Egyptian Civilizations all now consist of ruins. But Entropy does not come by accident, it comes due to the all too familiar flaws of Human nature. Firstly the success of civilization and prosperity leads to Hubris: to this illusion of invincibility that papers over human mortality both in terms of individuals and of social organisms that is named: “society”. Couple that with the love of money that develops as well as the draining of virility in luxury and materialism over the founding spiritual values of those particular societies.

The subsequent loss of discipline and over extension of the social organism when it attempts to live and act beyond its means. Draining the nation of social capital as a result is masked by the Prosperity and wealth that is won from its previous successes. Much like a person going fat and losing muscle as a result of the loss of adversity to challenge. So the civilization falters before the winds of reality forces the cracks to appear and the civilization to crumble visibly. Although the nation can with great difficulty be turned around only if the Nation is willing to make the sacrifices necessary. But only if the nation still has the social capital and iron will to do so.





8 Responses to “How mighty companies can fall and how this can demonstrate entropy of civilization.”

  1. zhai2nan2 December 29, 2013 at 5:26 am #

    This area of study is unfortunately of great immediate importance. We can realistically anticipate various economic collapses in the near future.

    Studying the collapse of companies doesn’t necessarily have immediate lessons for the collapse of other entities, such as bioregional economies – but it’s important to advance this study.

    • infowarrior1 December 29, 2013 at 7:45 am #

      Yes And I will recommend a book to you that you can download:

      If you have bittorrent you can get it.

    • infowarrior1 December 29, 2013 at 7:48 am #

      Considering the gravity of this study. I believe that this type of endeavor should be undertaken by various others in the manosphere. Most especially among the powerhouses of this sphere. I believe that undertaking it by myself is a monumental task in itself and my limited talent does not give it the treatment that it deserves. Would you spread the word about this?

      We need more minds on board to deal with this.

      • zhai2nan2 December 29, 2013 at 7:50 am #

        Well, I could start by reviewing Tragedy and Hope along with Plato. Just reading nothing but Plato tends to make me a bit discouraged.

        As for getting the heavy hitters onboard – I don’t know if my mentioning it will help or hurt, but I can certainly mention it.

      • infowarrior1 December 29, 2013 at 7:56 am #

        Who knows. We may break out of the rise and rot of previous civilizations.

  2. zhai2nan2 December 31, 2013 at 12:09 pm #

    Note that Glubb wrote about how some nations never become empires. Empires tend to rise and then fall, but some nations maintain stability because they never grow beyond their initial modest boundaries.

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