Is "social capitalism" or "sociocapitalism" the new doctrine of the future?
To understand the world, we have to know where we were, where we are, and where we are going.
Many people do not care for history, so they do not know where we were.
Many people are not happy with where we are, and are concerned more with where we should be.
Many people try not to figure out where we are going, because like travelers dependent on GPS, who needs a map when you have a navigator?
For many people, that navigator in their world is their own political, economic and religious belief system, which tells them what to do and where to go.
But what if their navigator is out of date?
What if they have not "downloaded" the most recent update?
Such in fact may be the case for many people following what are arguably outdated non-updated doctrines in the political, economic and religious sphere.
The modern world has changed and is continuing to change, and the doctrines -- or navigators -- that people follow, surely should be "updated" to match the times, so that people get to where they think they are going and want to be.
A good argument can be made that something called "social capitalism" or "sociocapitalism" is emerging as THE NEW DOCTRINE.
R. Jagannathan in Socio-capitalism set to become the new economic doctrine? writes as follows:
"Socio-capitalism is an idea whose time has come. It may not be easy to define what it embraces, but what it abandons is clear: market and ideological fundamentalism."If that actually turns out to be true, and there is much evidence that it IS or WILL BE true, then the adherents of fundamentalism in political, economic and religious spheres are following doctrines that are on the wane.
Something else is actually coming, now and in the future.