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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 11 / 2009 (540)

The End of Certainty in the Complexity of New Economy

Constantin Popescu
The Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies
Cristina Burghelea
Hyperion University, Bucharest
Cosmin Armas
The Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

Abstract. In their transition through life, the generations of the common living whole inevitably coexist and succeed one another. On the way of sense evolution, we find ourselves between the usual certainties, that we wish for or not, such as changes, belief in hope, death, and the uncertainties that offer motivation for knowledge and its transformations in wisdom, from the perspective of the common living whole. The end of certainty without excluding change, hope and death, as expressions of the intelligence of the common living whole, brings to the plan of coexistence and succession of generations the uncertainties of sense evolution, as defining elements of a complexity that opens itself constantly, to increasing interdependences of the type “entire integrated”, of a spirituality that confers the awareness of harmony. In the world of uncertainties of sense, the responsibility of assuming the freedom of being an organic part of an “integrated system” becomes the fundamental value on which we build the harmony between science and faith – as organic sides, yet interdependent of the spirit that defines the energy to walk the road.

Keywords: open complexity; sense uncertainty; the common living whole; spiritual responsibility.

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