KALOS
What is to be Done with Our World ?

by Alfred de Grazia


Table of Contents


Chapter Title

Forewords

Preface

Part I A World at Stake
I Of Time and Earth

... Reconnaissance
... Down to Earth

IIThe 360 War

... Disorders without Dimensions
... Geographic Tension Points
... Kalos: Word and Deed

Part IIPlutocrats and Taxocrats
IIIPre-Kalotic Regimes and Capitalism

... Types of Regime
... The Drive to Consume
... Unexpected Changes in "Capitalism"
... Tour de Force on Some Economists

IVPoverty and False Accounts

... The Poor and Neo-Poverty
... Real Income of the Average Person
... Kalotic Accounting

VPrivilege and Property

... Deprival of the Privileged
... Microproperty and Macroproperty
... The Apex of Wealth and Power
... The Ruling Elevator

VIRule by Bureaucrats

... The Fossilization of Communist Regimes
... Universal Gravitation Towards Taxocracy
... Effects on Foreign Policy

Part IIIThe Dystrocrats
VIIDisorientation for Modernity

... "Be unhappy"
... Adolescent Schizophrenia
... Megalomania and Macho

VIIIMisconceptions of Development

... Foreign Aid and Self-Help
... The Unequipped Elites

IXForeign Relations of the Poor

... Playing the Game of the Rich
... Nothing to Sell
... Plutocratic Manipulations

Part IVMilitarism
XThe Perennial Stratocrats

... External Force Quotients
... Effects of Armaments
... The Military-Industrial Complex

XIInsurgency and Nuclear War

... The Joys of War and Peace
... The Rural Revolt
... Urban and Rural Insurgency
... The Pervasive Fraction
... Avoiding Nuclear War

XIICounter-Force and Pacification

... Reducing Chances of Nuclear War
... Armaments and Wars
... Glancing Ahead
... Pacifism
... Lessons from the Circumference
... Putting the Military to Kalotic Use
... A Voluntary Base and Generalized Top Echelon

Part VConsensus and Character
XIIIAuthority and the Kalotic Trilogy

... The Intelligent Act as Moral Act
... What Do Men Want
... Classification of Values
... Indicators of the Year 50

XIVLove and Obedience

... Love and Consideration
... Kalotic Identification
... Creating Kalotic Image Groups
... Obedience and Consensus

XVEpidemic Madness and Kalotic Character

... The Need for Psychiatric Attention
... The Kalotic Personality

XVIThe Injured and Impotent

... Youth
... Sexism
... Family Bonds
... Work
... Cultural Self-Rule

XVIICrime and Punishment

... Three Faces of Violence
... A Peaceful Person
... Police and Crime
... Courts and Penalties

Part VILeading the Revolution
XVIIIThe Beginnings of the Tutors

... The Tutors
... Forming of the Tutors

XIXMetamorphosis of Educators

... Gentlemen Scholars and Apprentices
... The Gist of Education
... Students in Revolt
... New Schools for All

XXThe Calling of Scientists

... Pragmatics
... Adventurism versus Responsibility
... Priorities
... The Specialist as Revolutionary

XXIMethod of Revolution

... The Force of Agreement
... Kalotics
... Momentum Despite Success
... The Conventionals
... Violence
...The Need for Military Skills
... The Tide and the Seizure

XXIIStressed Democracy

... Political Activity
... Shadow Government

XXIIITime Lag and Kalokinesis

... The Obstacles to Speeded Change
... Forces to Abet Change
... Kalokinesis

Part VIIReconstitution
XXIVThe Constitution of Toparchy

... Structure and Effect
... Constitutional Change
... Representation
... The Pluralist Principle
... Competing Constitutional Formulas
... Public -Private
... The Hero and the Crowd
... Equal-Sum Activity Formula
... The Countervalor

XXVAutonomy

... The Scope of Self-Realization
... The Scope of Reform
... Representation and Dispersion
... The Computer Experience

XXVIEconomy and Simplicity

... The Single Head Tax
... The Personal Social Contract and Life Account
... The Fate of Wealth

XXVIIMetropolis

... To Abandon the Cities
...Indictment of Reform
... Consolidation and Integration
... Cosmarchic Organization
... New Cities
... Reforming the Present Cities
... The Kalotic Crowd

XXVIIIDemopolicy

... The Unhungry Crowd
... Persistence of Famine
... The 'Breed and Feed' Doctrine
... The Mentality of Fertility
... Why Nations Do Not Act
... Social Levitation Cost
... Lobby of the Unborn
... The Free License System of Demopolicy

XXIXRurality as Hinterland

... The Seven Types of Country Folk
... The Dual Economy
... Implantation of Basal Emotic Systems
... Conversion of Rurality

Part VIIIWorld Order
XXXThe Experience of Megarchy

... The Normal Psychosis
... The Variety of Empires
... Coping with Nationalism and Religion
... Charisma and Violence
... The Universal Fund of Experience
... The Perennial Opportunity

XXXIThe Plan of Cosmarchy

... World Congress
... Regions
... Functional Constituencies
... Metropolitian Councils
... Personal Constituencies
... Intercameralism
... Executive Structure

XXXIINational Prime Movers

... The Leading Instrument
... The Greater China Region
... The Flow of Power

XXXIIIRewriting History for Utopia

... The Tanning of History
... Utopia
... Pages Torn from the Future

XXXIVThe Spirit of Existence

... Persistence of Religion
... Truth, and the Religious Spirit
... The Fear of Plans
... Changing Man's Nature