Socionomics is the study of principles pertaining to social harmony, order, and development. Drawing insights from economics, social philosophy, and evolutionary biology, it seeks to understand and explain the natural laws which determine the consequences of social interactions. The major divisions or sub-topics are:
  1. Natural law
  2. Natural rights
  3. Morality
  4. Economics
  5. Jurisprudence
Some of the more important thinkers whose contributions are emphasized are: Cicero, Locke, Darwin, Rand, Mises, Hayek, Rothbard, Bastiat, and Smith. The economic analysis features Austrian and Bionomic explanations and incorporates developments in chaos and complexity theory to understand the paradox of spontaneous order.

Tucson Center for Socionomic Research (TCSR)