Axiomatic Social Philosophy


  • Robert DJIDJIAN Khachatur Abovyan Armenian State Pedagogical University
  • Hasmik HOVHANNISYAN Khachatur Abovyan Armenian State Pedagogical University



social philosophy, axiomatization, socio-economic stability and development, capitalism, socialism


This article is the third in our series aimed at presenting the main branches of philosophy as axiomatic theories. The research process on social philosophy led us to present our results in two separate parts: the axiomatic system of the general concept of social philosophy and the axiomatic system of the social philosophy of modernity (capitalism, socialism, and their convergence). Each of these two parts comprises its axioms, definitions, theorems, and proofs of theorems. The axiomatic form of building the theory appeared helpful for identifying the main innate social features of modern man. This study suggests also the formula for the optimal organization of modern society.


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DJIDJIAN, R., & HOVHANNISYAN, H. (2023). Axiomatic Social Philosophy. WISDOM, 27(3), 97–109.