State-system sciences within the paradigm of transdisciplinarity
The political or social system we live in has an effect on the individual and the collective lives, although as many examples show, any system has the capacity to determine the individual and the collective minds and lives over time.
Political and social systems, however, have the power to cause serious damage: individual and collective damage. The results are the various kinds of deficits, such as creative deficits, deficits of human conditions, cultural deficits, ethical deficits, aesthetical deficits.
Political and social systems have the power to paralyse human minds and consciousness .
Political and social systems have the power to destroy our environment and to bring about a devastate land.
Therefore, an appropriate conception of reality in all its various visible and invisible feature is of high importance for the construction of our political and social institutions. This basic connection between psychology, philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, and the empirical sciences got lost during the last century.
The aim of our research programme is, to focus on that very important connection to prevent political and social systems and institutions to use their power to paralyse human minds and consciousness, to destroy our environment and to bring about a devastate land.
The following issues are part of our research programme:
- Political sciences
- Basic and Human Rights
- International law
- Constitutional law
- Intellectual Property Rights
- Law of Universities and Institutions of Higher Education
- Law of governmental and public institutions