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Capital-Value-Decision, a Trialectic Measure of Solidarity ? Keys for a freedom fields wave-model of interactions

Abstract : Starting from the hypothesis that the principles of solidarity follow the laws of environmental and social adaptation, we will try to model the complex systems of human interaction, through three modes of observation, ontological, phenomenological and genetical. By reinterpreting the case study of the historical 2012 drought in the United States, we consider that resilience of this event can be decrypted through multiple interactions between decisions and actions of the territorial actors fighting against this hazard. Following the systemic analysis of the decisional and axiological interactions designed to cope with this climatic event, solidarity operators are modeled as feedback loops corresponding to the disaster and resilience phases that occurred during this event. These operators are interpreted as "interaction controllers", whose cyclical behavior makes it possible to act on specified regulatory domains in the context of sustainable development: economic, social and environmental. As a function of mechanical, pragmatic or organic solidarity natures, their cyclic dynamics will then be questioned within the framework of evolutionary systems.
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Philippe Woloszyn. Capital-Value-Decision, a Trialectic Measure of Solidarity ? Keys for a freedom fields wave-model of interactions. Giovanna Truda. ICSR Mediteranean Knowledge. Social Systems, Cultures and Development, 10 (1), Gutenberg Edizioni, pp.25-63, 2019, Territorial Observation: Participative Territorial Governance, Planning of Social-ecological Innovation, 978-88-7554-191-0. ⟨halshs-02926316⟩

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