From Research to Production

SORAnomics unifies micro and macro because it eliminates selfish-interest and has a pro-society mentality. This creates a research-to-production-to-practical use workflow which will be able to churn out real-world solutions much quicker and less expensively than the inflexible commercial method of the silo-type division of labour with research in universities, production in factories, and consumers in marketplaces.

Our method is inspired by iterative development in Agile and Scrum.

1

Collection
Enlightened works that have matching ideas are collected. Those authors support each other.

2

Distillation
Chosen works are simplified to harmonize them with modern times.

3

Testing
Principles are extracted and into draft posts on Quora or our Medium blog to get feedback

4

Compilation
Refined principles make their way into a book

5

Development
Some principles enter the feature backlog of the SORA system of apps

6

Deployment
Other ideas become vendible products, like Oil of Hope. For improvements, the process goes back to step 3.

Below is a list of authors whose works we build on

Semi-Enlightened Authors

  • Confucius
    • Simple Analects
  • Musashi
    • Book of Five Rings
  • Quesnay
    • Le Despotisme de la Chine
    • Economic Table

Wrong Authors

Put here as reference to snippets of popular ideas like Equilibrium theory, Social Contract, Utilitarianism, Libertarianism, and Synthetic A Priori (with Ontolody and Epistemology). We expose their fallacies immediately so that you won't have to waste time on them or spend so much effort to learn the wrong things.
  • Paul Samuelson
  • John Locke
  • Emmanual Kant
  • JB Say
  • David Ricardo
  • Thoman Mun
  • Karl Marx
  • James Mill
  • John Stuart Mill
  • Ayn Rand