Civilization Dynamics II: Nine Simulation Models

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Avebury, Aug 1, 1991 - History - 448 pages
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Together with Volume I (Fundamentals of a Model Oriented Description), this book provides a model based on the exploration of the operating problems of civilizations. Each of the main aspects of Volume I are described and analysed by a simulation model in this volume. The essence is, that civilizations are growth-stable, that position holders of power territories make experiments with large-scale social units (which becomes clear once more because of the war in the Gulf) and that this can lead into a growth-stability success trap.

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