‘(I)Rational Choice’ As a Virtual Network of Networks - Understanding of Power, Violence and Justice (dis)Balance

Thursday, 19 July 2018
Nicolae BULZ, Interdisciplinary Entities Laboratory, 2000 --- National Defence College --- IEM/RoAc --- NYAcad_Sciences, Romania, Interdisciplinary Entities Laboratory, 2000 - National Defence College - IEM/INCE/RoAcademy - NY Academy of Sciences, Romania
The study proposes an inter/trans-disciplinary construct: ‘(I)Rational Choice’ as a virtual network of networks. This assessed virtual reality of the (I)Rational Choice refers the human deep-subtle traces of the continuity of the humans’ {representation/decision making/action-reaction} beyond the physical time-space continuum. This construct implies any probabilistic-fuzzy-subtle appearance of the contemporary humans---social networks double-helix (time-space spirals), of the social networks analysis---elicited theoretical concepts double-helix (human environment of tension(s) related to the ‘societal (non)activated’ networking discoveries and inventions e.g. quantitative/qualitative research perspectives, societal games, societal graphs, roles of strong/weak ties, concentric circles, structural holes, ego/alters networks, friends-of-friends Civil society organizations to uncover conflicts of interest in hidden connections, Small-World, social capital, Homophily-Transitivity-cliques, bonding/bridging social capital - within the surrounding nature and society), of the societal efforts and leisure quasi-double-helix, and of the biodiversity-spirituality mosaics of direct items, avatars, or sociological else.

This construct does not imply a keen and crisp historian archivist basement more than the obvious existing one, but virtually tends to acquired the set of the step over step subtle traces of our humans’ {representation/decision making/action-reaction} continuity within our human (I)Rational Choice embedded by the power, violence and justice.

The study tries to elicit the limits, paradoxes, paradigms, heritage and perspectives of the construct ‘(I)Rational Choice’ as a virtual network of networks– underlying on the systemic and sociological challenge of understanding power, violence and justice (dis)balance within the contemporary global (post-)crisis.

It is taken up the humans’ networks analysis---elicited theoretical concepts (dis)balance inquiring on historical known conflict-consensus cases from Leonard Euler's graph to prove that there is no path that crosses each of the Königsberg/Kaliningrad city’s seven bridges only once [1741] – to Richard Bellman, Lester Ford and Edward F. Moore’s algorithm [1956-1958] to find all shortest path in a graph from one source to all other nodes.