"People-oriented Harmonious Society" and Ionocovalency*

Yonghe Zhang
American Huilin Institute


"People-oriented" and "Harmonious society" ideas put forward by China President Hu Jintao are the strategies of building a scientific community. "People-oriented" and "Harmonious society" are not the two isolated system, but rather a philosophy connotation associated with the universal principle: "People-oriented Harmonious Society" (POHS) that happens to be in line with the "ionocovalency" duality, because human has nature both of an ego-desiring side and of a generous to social side. "People oriented" is a power of the ionic function I, and the “Harmonious society” is the social harmony of the covalent function C. "People oriented” refers human ionic momentum. "Harmonious society" means a social security. POHS means that a human ionic momentum must be assured by sharing a viable common value with the society to reach a harmonious optimized state. POHS is in coincidence with "ionocovalency” not only in sense, but also in morphology: I(I, People, Ion); C(Community, Covalency). Therefore we use I express "ionicity" or "People-oriented"; C express "Covalency" or "society", then POHS is expressed by IC:

                                                         IC = I(Iz )C(n*,rc-1)                             (12)

No "People-oriented" would no people’s ionic momentum Z*Too much socialization rc would hurt social ionocovalent potential energy IC. Individual talents and energy must be free to play out. Can not be buried in the society to increase social instability, and must not be killed or become social average value to damage social progress motive potential.

The human desire of the pursuit for freedom, democracy, rights and welfare cannot be infinite, but will be shared a common domain with the social law.



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