Subject: An Individual’s Social Volume
Volume: It is the quantity of three-dimensional space of an object enclosed by a closed surface.
What determines an individual’s social volume?
What should be the context of this?
Context or contexts
2- Socio-cultural structure
What does an individual add to his or her volume in these contexts?
Philosophy, science and art. A self-improving individual might reach his or her true volume in the right context.
Can an individual, who has a considerable volume in the context of humanity, have the same volume in the contexts of socio-cultural structure and time?
Is it possible that an individual, who occupies a place in the socio-cultural structure, cannot fit into the context of humanity?
Which volume of an individual is the real one?