International Society for Intercommunication of New Ideas (ISINI)
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1988, as International Society for Intercommunications of New Ideas.
Prepare, spiritually and materially, the objective foundation of a better world, crystallized in the ideals of a free, just and stable society and economy with a truly democratic form of government of limited delegated powers; open and promote a free and unfettered communication of new ideas in a spirit of special brotherhood in the world of ideas, where differing points of view are not considered divisive but a challenge for further exploration and a sign of spiritual vitality; foster and support discovery of new ideas in theory - analysis; arrange for their testing (logical or empirical) in the realm of various possible social, economic and political systems, including history of analysis and social-ethical issues; initiate and maintain continuous contact consultation among economists, sociologists and political scientists and between social and natural scientists including men of arts and letters; study systematically, using practical reason, the application of new ideas to problems of the real world according to various existing social regimes, levels of development and historical circumstances; call on political leaders to allow controlled experiments in small areas to test empirical validity of scientific principles or relationships directly related to the wellbeing of a nation and which are questioned or open for debate.Available with paid subscription only.
Develops economic, monetary, financial and social stabilization plans in those countries where ISINI is represented.
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