The Transition Into A New Order

Didactic control models have been utilized since the beginning of man, in order to enforce personal or social interests.

The more mighty, harder, rougher, louder, more influential, more greedy people have been able to get advantages through this control paradigm and with help of Didactics could sustain or even broaden these advantages.

The suppressed, the more soft, gentle, quieter, more careful people fell by the wayside.

“That’s the way it is! It’s your own fault! Unsuitable for now! …”

Advisers think: “The adaption to changing conditions is a sign of being clever! It’s the persons own fault anyway!”

These “personal models for success” take place in an environment, that favors the “more assertive”. This control philosophy is established worldwide. The outcome is ruthless exploitation of human and nature, recklessness, ecological catastrophes, wars, hunger and poverty.


Jean Ziegler calls this scenario a cannibalistic system, that stops at nothing. The source of all this is the didactic control paradigm, that over and over gives birth to itself through usage of time, money and energy (autopoietic function!)



In many descriptions, analysis, critics, discussions and actions this cannibalistic system is exposed, but ultimately the resistance organizes by means of didactic forms.

The dream of a civilization and uplift of the humanization potential has been “pre-dreamed” by “recognizing” men under great destitutions and victims.

MathEthics connects to these dreams and offers possibilities for concretion. The mathethical control paradigm works with a social architecture along with our human potentials.

MathEthics is smart, effective and disruptive. The accompanying quality corrections go (for example) by these three simple questions:


  1. How well does the elevation of possible options for an uplift of humanization potential succeed?

  2. How well does the generation of information work?

  3. How well does the “recognizing something as something” work?

 lya Prigogine (Nobel Prize winner): “Creating structure, that is formation of order, is only possible ‘far away’ from the thermodynamic balance. Instabilities (self fluctuation or disturbances from the environment) are the engine of the development of systems - the transition into a new order.”