I begin with the statement: “Do I alone think that the human race is poisoned by being armed with superstitions and hurrying towards the Middle Ages in bigotry and delusion?” If society has philosophizing thinkers, and not merely philosophical imitators, the misery of humanity will not come to an end. Can today’s society claim that it has overcome misery and abandoned archaic and ignorant thoughts?
For several years, we have experienced extraordinary technological advancements in exploring the depths of atoms, oceans, and space. However, the fundamental societal system still operates based on past ideologies and prejudices. Sometimes it seems as though society is making progress and promoting human values, but other times, deviations from this path occur, and we witness the sprouting of swords from within society itself.
Cultural decline has been a major concern for many Philosophers and social experts. The decline of cultural values is not only a threat to social cohesion, but it also hinders the growth of human societies towards real progress and intellectual transformation. Unfortunately, politics has proved to be ineffective in curbing this decline and guiding societies towards true progress. One of the main reasons for cultural decline is the lack of proper education. Many societies today have prioritized material wealth over intellectual development.
Consequently, there has been a focus on producing individuals who are primarily skilled at gaining wealth but lack ethics and values that are necessary for the development of a stable and peaceful community. This has resulted in a cultural shift that prioritizes individual interest at the expense of community well-being. The problem of immigration is also tightly connected to cultural decline. Due to globalization, migration has become a global issue. Unfortunately, many countries have failed to prepare for this demographic shift.
Consequently, the cultural values of the host country are in danger of being eroded due to a lack of integration, creating divisions within the community. The failure of politics to address the issues related to immigration has created further disillusionment amongst citizens. In view of this, there is a need for proper policies to guide human societies towards real progress and not only material wealth. Education is the key to human progress, and societies should place a high value on educational efforts. Societies should also seek to bring together diverse cultures in the spirit of cooperation, unity and harmony so as to promote true integration among people. In conclusion, cultural decline and the problems of immigration are significant issues that require global attention. The solution to this problem does not lie solely with politics but also within the society itself. The development of positive cultural values, education, and cooperation among diverse cultures would help societies to achieve true progress and overcome these challenges. To overcome these conditions, we need long-term psychological and cultural changes. Efforts to improve education and upbringing, establish a system that values scientific and intellectual independence, and create a culture that emphasizes accepting differences and respecting others can tremendously benefit our society. Therefore, it seems that we must focus on long-term goals to achieve a dynamic and advanced society. Education and upbringing, with the integration of philosophy and epistemology, ought to be one of the main focuses of our efforts.
In this sensitive and dangerous era, we have entered a time of contradictions, an era of pointless luxuries, which may mark the decline of humanity. The gap between tradition and modernity has become so significant that parents do not recognize their children, children do not recognize their parents, and each accuses the other of not understanding. In this era, contemplating cultural and intellectual development is less prevalent compared to the technological advancements. Weaknesses remain unresolved, and at the same time, technology has advanced beyond culture and human development. Let me give you a few simple examples: A girl and a boy move in together, one of them has a service job, and after a while, they file for divorce because they think they cannot spend enough time together. Here, the sensitive issue arises, were they not aware of each other’s job?
The simple answer is yes, they were aware, but they did not possess the knowledge and understanding. Why is this happening? Because we have not ceased to understand marriage due to a lack of explanation. Why do we think that a ring is the ultimate guarantee of a successful or failed marriage? Do the bride and groom wear special clothes only on their wedding day or nights? These are not simple issues, but strategic and vital ones that, unfortunately, we have not addressed. These examples are only a few of the contradictions I have mentioned. We often forget the fundamental law of nature that states “your speed should not exceed mine” under the guise of freedom, and we exhaustively progress without aligning the global community’s pace, ultimately hindering transformation. Human rights denote the freedom to develop, not the right to choose clothing, lifestyle, or religion, amongst others, as it is an error in thinking. Without intellectual development, we cannot realize human rights in their true sense. It’s akin to driving a car at the speed of 400 km/h without knowing if the car is suitable for us or not.
Are we driving on the correct path? Can we react appropriately to this high speed in exceptional situations? The law of transformation indicates that, despite having a driver’s license and the funds to purchase such a car, we do not have the consent to drive at 400 km/h.
Human rights signify creating a platform that suits a car riding at 400 km/h and providing the necessary training to manage this car.
The disparity between the new generation, only 20 years younger than the prior generation, is vast such that it seems like they emerge from a completely disparate planet, and they are strangers to each other. Today’s generation does not comprehend our language, is heedless of our experiences, and often contradicts our generation. The cause of such behavioral contradictions in the new generation is technology’s progress and innovation without proper intellectual and developmental transformation. The distinction in this conflict is at times like our generation living in a cave, understanding what a cave is, and comprehending it, while today’s generation alleges to have abandoned the cave but lacks a proportionate understanding of the new environment. We can bridge this divergence by philosophy and creating a platform for transformation, not by politics alone. Our perspective cannot be entirely political, which is one of humanity’s miscalculations.
Governments need to engage philosophers as counselors and provide them with special attention. Humans have lived on this planet for thousands of years, and several civilizations have risen and fallen, leaving marks of their era behind. Natural factors have entirely eradicated some of these civilizations.
Temples, magnificent structures, inscriptions, exquisite images, and sometimes thought-provoking artifacts endure from ancient times, which, though circumstantially different, exhibit a common trait, the efficacy of engineering in antiquity. Indeed, the potency of engineering in ancient times has been profoundly influential, and several civilizations have progressed based on it. Dams, irrigation networks, towers, walls, bridges, and roads are some of the areas in which various civilizations have used exceptional engineering skills.
Furthermore, some of these civilizations have progressed not only in technical areas, but also in politics, art, philosophy, and science. Several ancient civilizations have risen and coexisted with each other by focusing on this knowledge and techniques. The aim of briefly examining human civilization’s history is to familiarize ourselves with past people’s knowledge and experiences to enhance and develop modern societies. By understanding previous people’s thought processes and functionality, we can identify problems and find improved ways to solve them. Furthermore, this evaluation can help us understand ourselves and our history better and be effective in cultural development as humans.
Currently, we have reached a point where we need to seriously pose this question, what has humanity achieved in thousands of years of culture and civilization?
Seafaring and ships?
What has humanity’s primary achievement been when an elementary question, “where are we now in thousands of years of civilization?” continues to remain unanswered? The question does not pertain to whether women’s rights and freedom of speech and similar issues are being upheld, but why these issues are still being contested in the 21st century? How is it feasible that after thousands of years of civilization and culture, humanity has not been able to overcome the most basic social issues?
Have we erred somewhere in history? Or did we lose our way somewhere in human civilization? Why do we still refer to skin color as black, white, yellow, and red in today’s world when everyone is essentially human? Why have we only recently recognized the significance of women’s rights and started backing them? It’s time to progress towards transformation, not merely advancing technology. Evolution comprises new ideas that shape transformation, and genuine evolution only transpires when we propel forward and align our thoughts, culture, and politics for future generations. Unfortunately, there is no fundamental change in today’s world. Technology without intellectual transformation creates a vast abyss, and technology without balance between tradition, modernity, and an accurate view of the future is perilous. Tribal thinking cannot confer transformation.
Even if we rode flying saucers today or progressed to cellular and molecular surgical technology, it would be extremely hazardous without intellectual transformation. Language speaks louder than thinking, and this has hindered resolving issues such as women’s rights, racism, and others. It appears that we have not gleaned any lessons from history. Rather than exiting the cave, we have decorated the cave with exquisite technology, and we absolutely must (reiterate) come out of the cave. We can no longer utilize the planet’s size or the distance between civilizations and countries as an excuse because our planet has zeroed the distances out. Scientists unveil secrets, theorists propose ideas, engineers construct, and philosophers analyze, but even combined, their visibility does not equate to that of a football player.
Why do football or basketball players’ and cinema actors’ contracts reach millions of dollars annually, but not that of miners, for example? We violate human values ourselves daily, how can we then protect human rights? How much have we invested in global awareness? How much in identifying concealed abilities, such as in Africa?
How many geniuses in the world will remain buried under poverty forever? Essentially, how much have we invested to actualize human rights? This is when it becomes indisputable that humanity has morphed into commerce. Unintentionally, we have transformed human rights into global trade. Apparently, the law is now a hindrance to accomplishing genuine human rights. The danger siren has been blaring for several years, and it is incredibly prominent. If we invested one percent of the world’s military budgets in developing culture, thought processes, and global transformation, we would not need to spend billions of dollars on military equipment and combating terrorism. If we were to take one percent of the world’s military budgets to support philosophers, experts, and social researchers serving poor, underdeveloped, or less developed countries, there would be no need for billions of dollars in aid. If we built schools that taught thinking skills, women’s and children’s rights, and racism would have already become history.
The path of nurturing on the planet is flawed and mistaken. It is not possible to limit human society and civilization and still expect technology, innovation, and cultures associated with them to be in a state of intellectual balance where human rights become a reality.
We cannot and should not limit thinking to the frameworks of universities and sometimes suppress it. Philosophers and sociologists must be involved in this new transformation, taking responsibility for intellectual nurture. In this regard, I officially request that advanced countries and the United Nations facilitate this transformational path. Modern cities also require modern transformation; we cannot travel to space by train, nor navigate the sea with a foolish spaceship.
We cannot live in a cave and claim to have discovered the truth.
We cannot build modern cities with primitive thinking or have satellite internet and filter it. We cannot oppress women and talk about civilization, nor silence thinking and discuss culture. We cannot have poverty and talk about humanity, nor view everything, even humanity, through a political lens.
Please note that cultural policy is mistaken; political culture is correct.
Social policy is mistaken; social culture is correct.
Economic policy is mistaken; economic culture is correct.
Scientific policy is mistaken; scientific culture is correct.
Even political policy is mistaken; political culture is correct. Educational policy is mistaken; educational culture is correct.
Even in the modern world, where communication has brought together distances, we can no longer solely focus on national interests. Now we must also consider the interests of the planet because national interests are based on thinking about international and planetary interests.
We cannot ignore the impact of artificial intelligence because we have entered a world where we cannot revert. We cannot overlook children all around the world while talking about a good future for humanity. Humanity means evolving towards fair evolution, and this will take time as evolution will not happen overnight, and we are far behind in terms of evolution. We do not have time because nature does not obey us, and this is a fundamental and unbreakable law. A home is where a family lives peacefully together in a safe place. This raises the question of where the perception comes from that the difference between a 100 square meter house and a 500 square meter house matters when the definition of a home is clear.
If the goal of a watch is to calculate time, what difference does it make if the price of that watch is $10 or $500,000?
When the nature of something is lost in the appearance of its structure and components, luxury thinking replaces the truth, leading to destructive social consequences occurring that we are all witnessing on this planet to a greater or lesser extent. This leads to a clear violation of human rights that is visible in every country, more or less. We cannot claim that human rights can be national; we do not have 200 different types of humans in 200 countries. Human rights are fundamental principles of human life and should not be defined by national laws. Instead, human rights should govern the law, and this is a critical error that needs to be corrected. We must also consider how, after a long and difficult journey in human civilization, we have come to prioritize luxury. Luxury thinking, science, and technology have all become luxurious, leading to progress being lost in the midst of this unnecessary frenzy, and we have lost our way as human beings. This means that we have also forgotten humanity.
With this message, I advocate for the correct philosophy of human thinking and evolution in the third millennium, hoping that intellectual development will align with technology to gradually raise human society towards perfection.
The cost of evolution is only wanting it, spending time, and proper nurturing, and this is the true modern order in the world. Intellectual evolution is a dynamic, complex, and diverse phenomenon that has undergone numerous changes over time, from ancient times to the present. It is one of the most important topics under investigation in philosophy. Intellectual evolution refers to changes in individual and collective perspectives, views, and ideologies, which may be philosophical, political, social, or in any other form. For example, at a particular time, the idea of social reforms was accepted by many philosophers and theorists, as well as political powers. However, at other times, this idea may fade away due to other developments and give way to other ideas.
Examining the challenges:
The phenomenon of “lost humans” refers to individuals who have been completely separated from society due to the lack of access to economic, social, and cultural opportunities. These individuals may have been affected by various factors such as unemployment, poverty, inequality, discrimination, illiteracy, illness, and other damages, leading them to the phenomenon of “lost humans”. For example, individuals living in poor areas with little entrepreneurship and job opportunities may be affected by the phenomenon of “lost humans.” Similarly, individuals who do not have access to educational and health opportunities due to discrimination and inequality may also be affected by the phenomenon of “lost humans”. The phenomenon of “lost humans” refers to individuals who have been completely separated from society due to deprivation of economic, social, and cultural opportunities and have not been able to fully participate in society.
In general, it can be said that these questions reflect the various cultural, political, social, and economic reasons for the lack of women’s rights, freedom of expression, and other similar issues in society, which have kept these issues alive in the 21st century. In many societies, there is a long history of structural and cultural discrimination and injustices that have caused these issues to persist in society. Additionally, many political and economic systems also benefit from these discriminations and injustices, and we need structural and systemic changes to address them. Due to the complex and interconnected systems in different societies, making significant changes in these areas is time-consuming and requires coordination between different sections of society. For example, it took more than 100 years after the Civil Rights Act in the United States for equal rights for all individuals, including women, sexual and racial minorities, to be achieved. Regarding racial discrimination, due to a long history of slavery and colonialism, different cultures rely on racial discrimination and other discriminations, which intensify social crises. However, through more effort and awareness in society, we can gradually separate ourselves from these abuses and injustices that are inappropriate for humanity. To solve these problems, we need to make efforts and coordination between different sections of society. We must strive to prioritize transparency, justice, the realization of human rights, and responsiveness to the different needs of all individuals as fundamental principles in society. To achieve this goal, we need to distance ourselves from a culture of prejudice and discrimination in our society, as well as become aware of social and cultural issues so that we can bring about positive changes in our society. By accepting individual differences and otherness, we can tackle many social issues for everyone in society, small and large, by identifying how individual differences can lead to better positions.
Where does the history of the “missing man” phenomenon begin?
The phenomenon of “lost humans” has a long history that dates back to past centuries and continues to this day. Throughout history, many societies around the world have faced this phenomenon. In ancient times, some individuals became affected by the phenomenon of “lost humans” due to poverty, unemployment, famine, war, occupation, natural disasters, and other similar factors. Also, during the medieval period, individuals who could not participate in society due to lack of access to education and knowledge may have been affected by the phenomenon of “lost humans”. In the 20th century, economic, social, and political developments can also lead to the phenomenon of “lost humans” in some countries. For example, in the 1970s and 1980s, some countries suffered from the phenomenon of “lost humans” due to pessimistic economic conditions and social crises. Currently, the phenomenon of “lost humans” is prevalent in many countries due to economic crises, unemployment, inequality, social changes, migration issues, and other social problems. Therefore, the phenomenon of “lost humans” has a long history and has emerged in various societies due to different factors throughout history.
Can technology help intellectual development?
Technology can help intellectual development. In fact, technology and intellectual development are interdependent and can assist each other. For example, communication technologies such as the internet, social networks, and mobile phones enable individuals to be more connected to the world and aware of different opinions and perspectives. Additionally, these tools allow individuals to express their opinions on various issues and interact with others. This is crucial for intellectual development because expressing and exchanging ideas can help individuals become familiar with different perspectives and come to better conclusions. Moreover, technology can help increase access to education and information. Given that education and information can contribute to intellectual development, technologies such as e-books, online courses, and instructional videos enable individuals to easily access educational resources and learn new skills. Technology can help intellectual development, but it should be used intelligently and with consideration for the needs of society and individuals in order to achieve desirable results.
How can we help society achieve human values?
To help society achieve human values, you can take the following actions:
1. Awareness-raising: Educate individuals in society about human values, and show them how these values can be effective in their daily lives. You can write articles and post them on social networks, blogs, and websites to do this.
2. Collaboration with charities: By collaborating with charities, you can help alleviate poverty and the needs of society. These organizations can help create educational programs, job opportunities, and eradicate unemployment and poverty in local communities.
3. Collaboration with non-governmental organizations: By collaborating with non-governmental and political organizations, you can help bring about changes in society. You can support these organizations in their activities and provide your opinions and suggestions for improving social conditions.
4. Encouragement to engage in social activities: Encourage individuals to engage in social activities. These activities can include helping the needy, participating in social and cultural events, and attending meetings and conferences related to this topic.
5. Creating change within yourself: By creating changes within yourself and observing human values in your daily life, you can help promote these values in society. For example, you can focus on protecting the environment, helping the needy, and being cautious in your daily activities.
As each of us plays an important role in society, by taking these actions, we can help promote human values in society.
How can we help discover hidden talents in the world?
To help discover hidden talents in the world, you can take the following actions:
1. Promote education: Promoting education in society can help identify hidden talents. Some individuals may not recognize their talents due to a lack of access to educational resources or a lack of support from their family and community. By promoting education and providing educational resources, this problem can be addressed.
2. Support cultural and artistic programs: Some of the best talents are found in cultural and artistic fields. By supporting cultural and artistic programs, you can help identify and support these talents.
3. Encourage participation in math and science activities: Some talents are found in math and science fields. By encouraging participation in math and science activities, you can help identify and support these talents.
4. Encourage participation in competitions: Participation in competitions can help identify hidden talents. By encouraging participation in competitions, you can help identify and support these talents.
5. Utilize technology: Utilizing technology can help identify hidden talents. There are many online programs and tools available that help identify hidden talents.
By taking these actions, you can help discover hidden talents in the world and help individuals recognize their talents and encourage them to benefit from them.
How can we make changes within ourselves?
To make changes within ourselves, we can take the following actions:
1. Set goals: First, we need to identify our goal. To do this, we can answer questions such as “What do I want to change in myself?”, “Why do I want to make these changes?”, and “How can I make these changes?”.
2. Plan: Planning is crucial for making changes within ourselves. We need to create a plan to achieve our goals and use planning to stay motivated and determined in pursuing our goals.
3. Accept change: To make changes within ourselves, we need to be open to change and aware that we need to change.
4. Self-criticism: To make changes within ourselves, we need to be self-critical and aware of our strengths and weaknesses.
5. Study and learn: To make changes within ourselves, we need to be interested in studying and learning and seek new knowledge and experiences.
6. Practice and effort: To make changes within ourselves, we need to practice and make more effort, and strive for self-improvement and progress.
By taking these actions, we can make changes within ourselves and strive for self-improvement and progress.
Can we stop human rights trafficking by changing laws?
Human rights trafficking is a complex issue that cannot be fully stopped by simply changing laws. It involves the sale and purchase of goods produced through the use of the labor and suffering of individuals such as child laborers, undocumented migrants, and workers without rights. To stop human rights trafficking, we need to focus on addressing social and economic issues and enforcing laws that guarantee fair wages and human rights for workers and individuals. Additionally, we need to work towards the development and implementation of international laws that legally prevent human rights trafficking in all countries. Overall, stopping human rights trafficking requires international cooperation and effort, and legal changes alone are not the most effective ways to combat this issue. Given the importance of economic crises in societies, we need to look for solutions to reduce their negative impacts on individuals. One such solution is the development of education and employment programs.
Educational programs put individuals on the path to acquiring new, up-to-date skills and career advancement. These programs can help in the use of new technologies, producing and selling new goods, and increasing productivity. Meanwhile, employment programs also help individuals increase their earning potential and create new jobs and businesses. These programs can have very positive effects on individuals and communities through the creation of new jobs, support for local production, and the development of local markets. Furthermore, to reduce the negative impacts of economic crises on society, we must look to reform economic policies, develop small and medium-sized industries, and regulate the labor market with a focus on equality and social justice. Reforming economic policies can increase people’s purchasing power and strengthen domestic and foreign markets by optimizing income distribution. Developing small and medium-sized industries can help increase economic growth through creating new jobs and stimulating production. Regulating the labor market can also help reduce unemployment and discrimination in the job market by ensuring workers’ rights and equal opportunities.
Ultimately, to reduce the negative impacts of economic crises on individuals and communities, we must look to international cooperation to develop and implement relief and development programs. These programs can help reduce poverty, achieve sustainable development, and increase economic opportunities in developing countries. In general, reducing the negative impacts of economic crises requires comprehensive efforts and international cooperation. Unemployment is another issue that exists in many societies and countries for various reasons, such as economic crises, technological changes, and individuals’ inability to acquire new skills. To reduce unemployment, we need to create new job opportunities and stimulate employment. Creating new jobs can be done through the development of new industries, the development of local businesses, support for entrepreneurship, and encouraging investment in new industries and markets. Stimulating employment also encourages individuals to pursue their own businesses and create new jobs by providing the necessary infrastructure for learning new skills and empowering them.
Additionally, to reduce unemployment, we need to create equal opportunities for everyone. To achieve this goal, we need to consider and implement multiple policies, including providing individual and group education and empowerment, regulating the labor market with a focus on equality and social justice, creating the necessary infrastructure for entrepreneurship and local businesses, encouraging investment in new industries and markets, and developing new industries.
Finally, we need to seek international cooperation to reduce unemployment. By engaging with other countries and providing support in education and job development, we can help achieve this goal. Additionally, relief and development programs for developing countries can also help reduce unemployment and create new job opportunities. In general, reducing unemployment requires extensive efforts and international cooperation. By creating new job opportunities, stimulating employment, regulating the labor market, and creating equal opportunities for everyone, we can help reduce unemployment and contribute to the comprehensive economic development of society. Unfortunately, over time, human societies have moved towards crises such as economic, social, environmental, and others, leading to humans becoming lost in them. For example, economic crises and unemployment can cause individuals to lose their jobs and income, resulting in financial and social difficulties. To address this issue, we need to create new job opportunities and stimulate employment.
Additionally, environmental crises can also cause humans to become lost in societies. If the environment is polluted and destroyed, humans may face problems such as diseases, water and food shortages, and more. To address these issues, we need to develop policies to protect the environment and make optimal use of natural resources. Moreover, social crises can also cause humans to become lost in societies. Discrimination, inequality, and poverty can cause individuals to be marginalized and deprived of social and economic opportunities. To address these issues, we need to create a platform for justice and equality in society. In general, extensive efforts to address various crises, including economic, social, and environmental, can help reduce the loss of humans in societies. These efforts include creating new job Stimulating employment, protecting the environment, creating justice and equality in society, and more. The role of policymakers in the phenomenon of “lost humans” is significant as they are responsible for creating policies and programs that can help reduce this phenomenon.
Policymakers can help reduce this phenomenon by creating policies for economic development, job creation, stimulating employment, protecting the environment, creating justice and equality in society, and more. Additionally, policymakers can help reduce illiteracy and increase the level of awareness in society by creating policies for developing and implementing educational programs, increasing access to education, and supporting education. These actions can help increase opportunities and educational facilities for less privileged individuals, improve their knowledge and skills, and ultimately reduce the phenomenon of “lost humans”. Policymakers can help reduce the phenomenon of “lost humans” in societies by creating appropriate policies and implementing targeted programs. To achieve this goal, they can use their capabilities in developing and implementing various policies and programs and, by collaborating with other institutions and civil society, improve the social, economic, and environmental conditions of society.
Throughout history, many segments of a society have been influential in creating the phenomenon of “lost humans.” For example, during the colonial era, countries that were colonized were deprived of social and economic opportunities through sanctions and oppression, leading to the phenomenon of “lost humans”. Moreover, during wars and international tensions, individuals have been affected by the phenomenon of “lost humans” as a result of sanctions, poverty, unemployment, discrimination, and inequality. Additionally, in recent decades, economic, environmental, and social crises have also affected some individuals in society and led them to the phenomenon of “lost humans”. Therefore, the phenomenon of “lost humans” has been created throughout history due to various influences, and most segments that have been in unfavorable social and economic conditions have been affected by it. However, by creating appropriate policies and targeted programs, we can help reduce this phenomenon in societies.
Lost human and Native thoughts:
Indigenous and cultural beliefs can be influential in the emergence of the phenomenon of “lost humans.” In many societies, indigenous and cultural beliefs can cause some individuals to become separated from society and become affected by the phenomenon of “lost humans” due to cultural, linguistic, religious, and ethnic differences. In some societies, indigenous beliefs can act as a factor in promoting discrimination and inequality against segments of society that are different due to culture, language, and religion. These beliefs may cause these individuals to be deprived of economic, social, and political opportunities and become affected by the phenomenon of “lost humans”. Therefore, indigenous and cultural beliefs in some societies may contribute to the spread of the phenomenon of “lost humans.” However, by promoting cultural diversity and strengthening cultural and social connections between different segments of society, we can reduce the phenomenon of “lost humans” and contribute to the creation of a dynamic and cohesive society.
The phenomenon of “Lost humans” in today’s modern world:
In the modern world, the phenomenon of “lost humans” still exists due to many social, economic, cultural, and political factors that have emerged in different societies. Below are some of these factors:
1. Economic crises: Economic crises can lead to the phenomenon of “lost humans.” Unemployment, income inequality, poverty, and lack of access to economic opportunities can cause some individuals to become affected by the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
2. Social changes: Social changes such as cultural developments, changes in family structure, population, gender, and age can lead to the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
3. Inequality: Inequality in the distribution of opportunities and resources such as education, employment, health, and housing can cause some individuals to become affected by the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
4. Migration: Migration of individuals due to war, economic crises, climate change, and other factors can cause some individuals to become affected by the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
5. Discrimination: Discrimination based on cultural, racial, religious, and ethnic factors can cause some individuals to become affected by the phenomenon of “lost humans”.
Therefore, the phenomenon of “lost humans” still exists in the modern world, and we need serious and coordinated efforts by societies and governments around the world to address it.
What can be the role of philosophy in removing the “lost humans” phenomenon?
Philosophy, can play an important role in eradicating the phenomenon of “lost humans.” Below are some of the roles that philosophy can play in this regard:
1. Deep analysis of social issues: Philosophy can help in the deep analysis of social issues such as poverty, inequality, discrimination, and marginalization. These analyses can help in a better understanding of the causes and factors of the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
2. Offering philosophical solutions: Philosophy can help in offering philosophical solutions to social issues. These solutions may include moral values, social and political ideologies, or philosophical theories.
3. Promotion of awareness and education: Philosophy can help in promoting awareness and education about social issues such as poverty, inequality, discrimination, and marginalization. This awareness and education may help in increasing the understanding of individuals about the phenomenon of “lost humans” and in finding effective solutions to combat it.
4. Philosophical analysis of the concept of human: Philosophy can help in the philosophical analysis of the concept of human. These analyses may help in a better understanding of the status of humans in society and their role in society.
5. Promotion of democratic values: Philosophy can help in the promotion of democratic values such as human rights, inequality reduction, and social justice. These values may help in reducing the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
Therefore, philosophy can help in a better understanding of social issues and in offering effective solutions to combat the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
What can be the role of Oriental Science and Philosophy in removing the “lost humans” phenomenon?
Oriental science and philosophy can play a significant role in removing the phenomenon of “lost humans.” Below are some of the roles that Oriental science and philosophy can play in this regard:
1. Understanding the interconnectedness of all things: Oriental science and philosophy emphasize the interconnectedness of all things, including humans and nature. This understanding can help in promoting a holistic approach to social issues, which may help in reducing the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
2. Promoting mindfulness and meditation: Oriental science and philosophy emphasize mindfulness and meditation as tools for self-awareness and personal growth. These practices may help individuals in developing a stronger sense of self and a better understanding of their place in society, which may reduce the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
3. Emphasizing compassion and empathy: Oriental science and philosophy emphasize compassion and empathy as important values for individuals and society. These values may promote a greater sense of community and social responsibility, which may help in reducing the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
4. Encouraging a balanced approach to life: Oriental science and philosophy promote a balanced approach to life, which may help individuals in achieving a greater sense of well-being and fulfillment. This may reduce the tendency of individuals to become affected by the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
5. Emphasizing interconnectedness of the mind and body: Oriental science and philosophy recognize the interconnectedness of the mind and body and promote practices that help in achieving balance between the two. This may help in reducing the stress and anxiety that can contribute to the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
Therefore, Oriental science and philosophy can help in promoting a holistic approach to social issues, promoting personal growth and development, and emphasizing values that may reduce the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
What can be the role of the mind “Subjective” in removing the “lost humans” phenomenon?
The mind, particularly the subjective aspect of it, can play an important role in removing the phenomenon of “lost humans.” Below are some of the roles that the subjective mind can play in this regard:
1. Developing a sense of purpose and meaning: The subjective mind can help individuals in developing a sense of purpose and meaning in life. This may reduce the tendency of individuals to become affected by the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
2. Promoting self-awareness: The subjective mind can help individuals in developing self-awareness, which may help in identifying and addressing the causes of the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
3. Developing emotional intelligence: The subjective mind can help individuals in developing emotional intelligence, which may help in better managing emotions and reducing the negative impact of stress and anxiety.
4. Encouraging creativity and innovation: The subjective mind can help in encouraging creativity and innovation, which may help in finding new solutions to social issues and reducing the phenomenon of “lost humans.”
5. Fostering empathy and compassion: The subjective mind can help in fostering empathy and compassion towards others, which may promote a greater sense of community and social responsibility, and may reduce the phenomenon of “lost humans”.
The subjective mind can help individuals in developing a greater sense of purpose and meaning, self-awareness, emotional intelligence, creativity, and empathy, all of which may help in reducing the phenomenon of “lost humans”. One of the factors that can facilitate intellectual evolution is developing logical and analytical thinking skills, as well as proper education. Also, personal and social experiences, government policies, scientific and technological development, and many other factors may also contribute to intellectual evolution. Philosophical theorists believe that intellectual evolution can lead to human fulfillment and progress. By changing perspectives and ideologies, it is possible to create better conditions for humanity, including moral, cultural, social, and political growth. Finally, it should be noted that intellectual evolution can lead to positive and negative developments, depending on the current circumstances. Therefore, it is essential to look at it carefully and critically and strive for the best possible outcome.
Professor, Abdolreza Shahrabi Farahani
Author and theorist, Principles of Mechanic Time
Oriental Sciences and Philosophy