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Dr. Tamaro J. Green
The common thread of the development of egopolies is woven from common goals. An egopoly is a manifestation that transcends more than economic sectors of society. A monopoly is an economic term that describes the control of a business on its competition. Freud describes the ego as a psychological entity that represents a formation in the mind in relationship to our inner self. In political science, a colony represents a government subject to another government. An egopoly represents an egotistical monopoly of colonies.
In the history of American business the form and approach to monopolies crosses the spectrum. The dangers of monopolies to a capitalist commercial system include damage to consumers and other businesses. An egotist has a perception of themselves as greater than others. An egotists may often find it necessary to harm the egos of others. The motivation for a colonizing government is to form colonies in the past has been related to resources, labour, or manufactured goods. Monopolies have often formed around innovation; the innovation of railroads, rubber tires, donoughts, drive-in theaters, and cellphones are examples of innovation that led to legal monopolies. A legal monopoly is a monopoly as defined by the antitrust code of United States law. Monopolies are violations of federal law in the United States.
An ego is a psychological concept that is identified in everyone. An egotist is not considered a psychological condition. Although, a psychological evaluation of behaviour would reveal conditions to classify a condition. Vaknin (2020) classifies narcissists and psychopaths to dissociate memories through a fictitious construct. Vaknin (2020) offers an explanation of the narcissist to have become a victimizer due to events from childhood that paralysed the ability of the ego.
Mohammadpour-Yazdi and Jandl (2019) explores an ego for a group of people or nation through a shared system of idealized ideas. When a region fights for independence from a government, the parent government may be considered a colonizer. Struggles for independence in regions continue around the world. Ribeiro and Bussotti (2014) align collective anxiety around the independence movement on the continent to a climate for social and political instability in Africa.
The monopoly forms through control of resources. Capital can start a monopoly if it controls another resource. Trademarks and patents can enable a monopoly if courts consistently veer towards the success of monopolies. Lobbying influences regulators and courts on laws and policies regulating monopolies. The victimizing egotist can harm and may not self-restrict that ability (Vaknin, 2020). The id is a Freud’s representation of primal passions. Self-regulation of a monopoly may prove similar to self-regulation of the id.
Mohammadpour-Yazdi, A.-R., & Jandl, M. (2019). Superego and will to dominate over ego: A synthetic approach to ideology through encapsulated skin-ego. Language and Psychoanalysis, 8(2), 61-79.
Ribeiro, G. M., & Bussotti, L. (2014). Historical details on Freud and the moral order foundations of societies. Advances in Historical Studies, 3, 258-268.
Vaknin, S. (2020). Dissociation and confabulation in narcissistic disorders. Journal of Addiction & Addictive Disorders.
Dr. Tamaro Green is a computer science researcher and the founder of TJG Web Services. TJG Web Services, LLC is a consulting firm in the field of information technology. Dr. Green writes on topics of privacy, security, and ethics in information technology and computer science.
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