Much suggests that the transition to a post-industrial economy has begun. However, not all running processes are successful. Post-industrial transition is no exception. It may or may not take place. Given the fact that there are people and groups of people to whom it is not beneficial, many obstacles are created on their part to disrupt it.
There is an opinion that several times there have been breakdowns, which means that now the breakdown is quite likely. And the decisive role in disrupting the transition can be played not even by its opponents, but by those who are interested in it and who implements it. The bottom line is that there is one problem on the transition path that has not yet been fully resolved.
More can be said – the problem has not really been identified. Most likely, it was about this problem that past attempts crashed. It was finally possible to find out thanks to the analysis of comments on three previous articles from the NOVUS ORDO MILLENNIUM cycle. Continue reading