On Love, Family, and the State: Philosophical-sociological Essay


About this ebook

The problems of love, family, and state are topics that are widely discussed both in the West and in Russia. This essay, however, differs from all previous research work in that Alex Battler elevated the well-known words “love,” “family” and “marriage” to the level of concepts. This enabled the author to correlate them to the conception of force and progress he had substantiated in the book Dialectics of Force: Ontóbia, and ultimately to define the regular connection between the destruction of marriage and the collapse of a state within the context of the law of entropy growth, or “the law of death.”

About the author

Alex Battler—Doctor of History, professor of political science, economics, philosophy, and international relations and widely known under the pen name Oleg Arin—is a Canadian scholar and political writer. His interests encompass a wide range of social and natural sciences disciplines. He has published more than 500 scientific and journalistic works in various fields of science, including 36 individual books and monographs. Battler is the author of several laws and regularities in philosophy, sociology, and the theory of international relations.

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