THE NORM OF CHANGE AND ITS IMPACT ON THE SOCIAL, POLITICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE REALITY

Authors

  • Dr. Adnan Abbas Yousef Al-Battat, Dr. Shaker Attia Dwaihi Al-Saadi

Abstract

Change and reform are among the most important tools for development and progress in
various areas of life, as they are among the cosmic norms that are taking place in this world This is
because all aspects of the universe with its spacetime dimensions are subject to them. As well as
not being confined to the physical dimension only, they also encompass the moral dimension. In
this way, their norm accommodates the social, political, historical, scientific, cultural,
psychological and similar reality of other dimensions. This is if we take into account the active
element in this change, transformation and reform is the human being, with his/her material and
moral dimension. As he/she affects and is affected by cosmic and natural variables. Therefore, we
find that with the development of each new case, he/she creates a new behavior for himself/herself
in harmony with the nature of this change, development and emergency regeneration. “The
justification for human action is based on alteration - change - because the fixed universe does not
drive man to evolutionary work).1 Thus, change and reform are revealing that they are one of the
fixed divine norm, which imposes itself on human life, so it does not stand in the face of the static
and freezing spectator, but rather we find him/her by his/her nature choosing to adapt to its
developments and renewal. Because he/she knows very well that failure to keep up with that and
not responding to it means perdition, death and decadence, and he/she does not want that for
himself/herself.

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Published

2020-11-29

How to Cite

Dr. Adnan Abbas Yousef Al-Battat, Dr. Shaker Attia Dwaihi Al-Saadi. (2020). THE NORM OF CHANGE AND ITS IMPACT ON THE SOCIAL, POLITICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE REALITY. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 160 - 182. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/713