A brief explanation on the whole conception
My theory begins at first with a few very probable suppostions. First of them says that all of the social phenomena including politicals occur in the activities with which mankind keep his living. Here, 'keeping living' focuses on the biological survival.
Every kind of phenomenon that man creates
is the result of processes of his activities to survive
and, further more, to live more conveniently and happily.
Thus all of these phenoemena have their roots in conditions
for man's existence. Therefore, it is necessary to analize
the conditions for man's existence, which results in the
three main factors that consist all sorts of social phenomena
: Pungbaek factor, Woosa factor and Unsa factor.
(Of course, it should be given enough explanation on the exact meaning and the roots of the terms of these three main factors. Let me introduce at first the roots of the terms, Pungbaek, Woosa and Unsa. These are names of the sub-gods in Korean myth, which depict the origin of the country. According to this myth, Tangun, the son of the God came down to earth with these three main secretaries : Pungbaek controls the wind, Woosa the rain, and Unsa had the roll to control the clouds. I selected these names because the wind has the physical power in the air, the rain helps growth of every plants on the earth which results the economical one, and the cloud represents the highness and illusion like ideology.)
Pungbaek factor refers the all kinds of
power and force that has physical causal effects : military
power, violence, strength in muscle, mechanical durability,
and so on. Woosa factor refers all kinds of capacity and
power that helps to keep wealth of man and society and suplies
goods and money in society. Unsa factor refers all kinds
of influences and forces that suggest the objects that individuals
and society should pursue and persuades them to act to a
The Pungbaek, Woosa and Unsa factors can be briefly examplized by the isms, military power, and power of money. Sometimes, the knowledge also represents the Pungbaek factor. However, we should be careful not to ignore the "intentional character" in this case. (I will suggest more precise explanation on it later) We can understand and even predict the almost important parts of political phenomena and changes, based on these three factors consistently.
Concerning the Unsa factor, isms and ideology controls and governs the long-term and macro-perspective phenomena. Take, for example, the Catholic church and Christianity have been governing the Western world for many centuries. If we are to find more micro-perspective example, the Marxiam which governed and controled the half of the earth for half century can be a good example. Unsa factor influences on much further extensive area for very long time than that of individual. But those influences are effective very slowly instead. Thus, the confucianism of Con-zu was the the national ideology of the Han(漢)-dynasty, while it could get such influence only after the stabilization of the country.
Pungbaek factor shows the exactly opposite characters to Unsa factor. We can take easy example of it, the violence. Particularly, the military power influences directly and very instantly in a confused political situation. So, given the disorder in a country, usually it is easy of a general to obtain political powers, and even the organized violences become the important influences in society. But such a physical power like military ones has much difficulty keeping their power long.
Woosa factor(economical factor) has middle-term and middle-perspective influence in its area and effects.
Quite many aspects of political phenomena,
both in micro-perspective and macro-perspective, can be
analyzed, explained and even predicted based on the system
of these three main factors. However, these are not all.
So we need more two principles on political phenomena.
The existing theory on political phenomena
focused merely on the micro-perspective phenomena : the
power, or the macro-perspective phenomena, the international
politics, but they could not unite both into one consistently.
Refer to the next pages if you are interested in more detail.
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