The basic premises, often developed by leaders and supported with the led, exercise the collective conscience. They stimulate willed development. Although the development is often superior, it is not always civilized. These premises are of the following form: Our technological advancement level is unsurpassed. Once we reach this level, it is necessary to prepare society for peace. Technology must also be updated to encourage the policy of war. This is a dangerous precedent that other societies can follow if they fear that technological advancement will pose a threat to their sovereignties. They are also urged to foster war technology.
This mode of development is neither praiseworthy nor morally justified in the realm of civilization. It is morally unjustifiable and socially irresponsible. It is the last one that causes problems if you inspect the premises. Although the last premise is the conclusion to two premises, it is not logically deduced. It is an emotion-driven conclusion that cannot be logically deduced.
Society that progresses according to these presuppositions, and especially the illogical conclusion, has passed the psyche non-negotiable superiority on to its people. The pace of human behavior has been determined by the power of passion since the beginning. The superiority syndrome gripping the leader and the follower makes it impossible for equality to work, regardless of whether they are engaged in constructive partnerships or willed partnerships. A different society, which refuses to share in its collective sensibilities and passions, is, according to the expected logic, a potential or actual enemy that faces all fronts.
The media dominates the majority of information we receive about the world today. Society that has the best technology is often deemed to be the most advanced. Their advancement is not the only thing that propels them to the top of power, superiority and fame. Technology can be used to improve and simplify the understanding of life and nature. This direction tends to remove a previous connection between nature and life that was in many ways mystical and dangerous. This does not mean that technology advancement is synonymous with superior civilization.
We need to understand that technology and civilization are not synonymous terms. It is possible for civilized people to have advanced technology, but they might not. Civilization is more than science and technology, infrastructure or marvels of architecture. It also involves moral and mental reflexes, as well as social connections within and outside their society. All forms of physical structure can be made from the general behavior of individuals. Science and technology are also dependent on this. The type of bridges, roads and buildings that can be seen in a society, as well as heavy machinery, could reveal the general behavioural patterns of its inhabitants. The behaviour pattern can also reveal a lot about how the natural environment has been used for science, technology, and infrastructural activities. The most important thing is that behavioural patterns can reveal a lot about how people perceive and understand others.
Humans do not want to be dependent on the natural environment, which is an unpredictable way of living, but they prefer to live according to their own pace. Then technology can become a part of our daily lives. The principle of balance chosen by society Y could be temporary or it could be more of a fantasy than a reality. When the human mind is satisfied with a significant technological achievement, it can retreat or slow down. This is not common. It’s as if the human brain is telling itself that technological advancement must accelerate without any obstacles. To the curious mind, a retreat or a gradual progress is insulting. This type of thinking process does not reveal the best side of the mind. The role of ethics is essential in interrogating the current mode of a technology according to the mind’s instructions.