Sociality as a Form of Expression of Public Relationship of Human Society
Modern economic science in Ukraine and in the world is established to be concerned with the private issues of the development of productive forces on a local scale or in a sectoral section. Hence, sociality, as an economic category, is considered by individual scientists as the human essence of an individual, which veils the acuteness of class contradictions in the conditions of the modern human community. Sociality has been established to be a quantitative measure of production relations, which is expressed by the proportions of the distribution of the results of social labor among wage workers and entrepreneurs, on the basis of which the ratio of the measure of labor and the measure of consumption is determined.
The World Bank’s methodology for rating the level of sociality by eighteen relative indicators, such as the level of happiness and others, as well as by the level of national income, which averages inter-class income and hides its apologetic essence, is critically reviewed.
Sociality is proved to be an economic category of a class society and represents a quantitatively expressed production relationship, established according to the proportions of the distribution of the results of social labor between employees and entrepreneurs.
Ways of social transformation of the world are considered against the background of such unresolved problems of our time as the exhaustion of the natural resources of our planet, the progressive growth of population, the internationalization of the Earth’s peoples and their borders, as well as balanced GDP growth and scientifically based needs of people.
A new methodological approach to the quantitative assessment of the laws of social transformation of humanity in the third millennium has been proposed, taking into account the indices of socialization and capitalization of the world community, based on the structure of the labor potential. Examples of calculations based on indicators of Ukraine for 2015-2017 are given.
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