Books on Temperology

Temperology: Manifesto of a Middle Class

Sergey I. Kronin

Temperology: Manifesto of a Middle Class. Sergey I. Kronin

The Book that you hold in hands first of all helps to accurately orientate in social relations and interconnections around you (inside you as well). It builds an explicit scheme of cause-and-effect relations of what is happening around. Because of that the issue of social classes in society is considered from new position. The Book proposes the new view concerning the qualification of the Middle Class representative; meanwhile it joins all stated opinions in popular, becoming widespread, philosophical direction – Temperology.

The Book is intended for those who are already know other works of Sergey I. Kronin, but it will be extremely interesting for "uninitiated", intellectual reader. People who aspire to structure own life, to tear themselves away from ordinariness and daily routine, simply reasonable people who want to live effectively, will find here quite a number of interesting answers, approaches and views to the surrounding social reality of today and tomorrow.

Moscow: SFERO Publishers, 2008, 319p. ISBN 978-5-902713-03-66






Chapter 1. Logic of commonness

1.1. Things for which the life is being wasted

1.2. Triad of thought

1.3. Awakening of leadership

1.4. Power of hope

1.5. Self-delusion

1.6. "Guarantee" of failure

1.7. Stereotypes as a reality

1.8. Power is inside us

1.9. Temp-surfing of success

Chapter 2. Structure of Temperology

2.1. Three fundamental terms of Temperology:

2.1.1. Objective Problematics

2.1.2. Territory of Temperology

2.1.3. Space of Thought

2.2. Structure of Temperology

2.3. Temper-Philosophy

Chapter 3. Powers which form the destiny

3.1. Attitude

3.2. Attuning

3.2.1. Ideology

3.2.2. Attuner

3.3. Mould of mission

3.4. "Ideal" way of living

3.4.1. Masters of feelings

3.4.2. Another "tomorrow"



Chapter 1. Social hierarchies

1.1. Manifesto of a Middle Class

1.2. Basic Levels of Thinking

1.2.1. Higher and Lower Levels

1.2.2. Names of groups in Basic Levels

1.2.3. General features of Lower sociotypes

1.2.4. General features of Higher sociotypes

1.2.5. "The Poors"

1.2.6. "The Honests"

1.2.7. "The Career"

1.2.8. "The Bluffer"

1.2.9. "The Aristocrat"

1.3. Completion and identification of Basic Levels

1.4. "Coupling" of Basic Levels in society

Chapter 2. Social system

2.1. The level of the "Beggars"

2.1.1 "Subspecies" of the Beggars

Chapter 3. Temper

3.1. Hierarchy Structure of Wholeness of a Man

3.1.1. Levels of Mobility

1. "The Freeloader"

2. "The Housekeeper"

3. "The Railway Carriage"

4. "The Missile"

5. "The Traveler"

6. "The Citizen of the World"

3.1.2. Levels of Reason

1. "The Lifeless".

2. "The Fuss"

3. "The Dogmatist"

4. "The Blind Man"

5. "The Wonderer"

6. "The Wakened"

3.2. Matrix of Wholeness of a Man



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