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Evgeniy Bryndin corresponding author

Abstract

The economic community is trying to find a sustainable monetary equivalent of international economic activity or get rid of it and move to a natural economy based on artificial intelligence. Solving this problem requires a new approach to the economic and social organization of society. The Muslim world is building an Islamic economy. Christendom can begin to shape the New Testament economy. The author proposes an approach to creating a social self-sufficient digital natural economy by a New Testament society. This approach will require the formation of a New Testament society that builds economic and social life, based on the New Testament doctrine. New Testament society creates a natural lifestyle, social, resource and digital aspects of a natural self-sufficient economy. The social self-sufficient digital natural economy is formed from the economy of realizing the necessary needs and the development economy. Society builds economic, social and spiritual life, relying on the New Testament doctrine. The Creator of the universe has provided the resources of the earth to all nations. Natural national resources are a national treasure. This provision makes it possible to realize social and economic self-sufficiency. The economy realizes the necessary needs of the population. Satisfaction of the necessary needs of the population is carried out equally, according to the New Testament doctrine. The formation of population demand is carried out through digital ensembles of intellectual agents. digital ensembles of intelligent agents also control the formation of demand, record the realization of necessary needs, track the satisfaction of demand. Digital solutions in a social self-sufficient subsistence economy are used not only in its organization, but also in industrial, agricultural, service and other areas of activity to realize the necessary needs.

Keywords
social economic self-sufficiency, new-testament society, necessary needs, digital ensembles, equilibrium economy

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How to Cite
Bryndin, E. (2020). Creation of social self-sufficient digital ecological economy of natural needs of healthy living activities. Resources and Environmental Economics, 2(2), 184-190. https://doi.org/10.25082/REE.2020.02.004

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