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The scientific-technological revolution and the contradictions of capitalism
MezhdunarodnaiНЎa nauchno-teoreticheskaiНЎa konferentНЎsiiНЎa "Nauchno-tekhnicheskaiНЎa revoliНЎutНЎsiiНЎa i uglublenie Д—konomicheskikh i sotНЎsialК№no-politicheskikh protivorechiД kapitalizma na sovremennom Д—tape" (1979 Moscow, R.S.F.S.R.)
|Statement||[translated from the Russian ; editorial board, N.N. Inozemtsev, chief editor ... et al.].|
|Contributions||Inozemt͡sev, N. N. 1921-, Institut mirovoĭ ėkonomiki i mezhdunarodnykh otnosheniĭ (Akademii͡a nauk SSSR)|
|LC Classifications||HC79.T4 M49 1979a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||660 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||660|
|LC Control Number||82208788|
The theory of capitalism as world-ecology starts from a simple proposition: just as a farm is a way of organizing nature, so is a market, a financial center, a factory, or an empire. The production of nature has been as much about the factories, stock exchanges, shopping centers, slums, and suburban sprawl as it has been about soil exhaustion. The Khrushchev Kitchen: Domesticating the Scientific-Technological Revolution Article in Journal of Contemporary History 40(2) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Utopia—the term derived from Thomas More’s volume by that name—always suggested a place that was both non-existent, a product of the imagination usually depicted fictionally as far distant in time or space, and better than the real and familiar world. In modern times, it has served as a mode of anti-capitalist critique and also, despite its supposed “unreality,” as a disposition Author: Howard Brick. In the case of Russia, the contradictions were such that with the death of Lenin, the revolution fell to a bureaucratic counterrevolution, and it subsequently developed in a distorted form. In the case of Cuba, the revolution at the moment of its triumph enjoyed significant political possibilities.
Past Struggles against Irrationalism. As a matter of fact, this is not the first time we have faced a conjuncture in which the different forms of irrationalism have exhibited a tendency to the thirties and forties, Marxism, and especially Communist philosophers, waged a systematic struggle against irrationalism—and they did so in the name of rationalism. Life is full of contradictions. It is the development of the means of production that makes socialism possible. But the consciousness needed to actually fight for socialism has so far been greatest in those countries where the means of production have been stunted and .
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“With its description of the origins of the scientific-technological revolution, its impact on the U.S. working class and the capitalist accumulation process, and the presentation of a common-sense socialist solution to the crisis, The Hollow Colossus provides a highly informative and ground-breaking analysis of the current jobs crisis.
After the countrywide victory of the Chinese revolution and the solution of the land problem, two basic contradictions will still exist in China. The first is internal, that is, the contradiction between the working class and the bourgeoisie.
THE STRUCTURE OF THE SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTION AND EDUCATION Page 7 1. The Scientific-Technological Revolution and Its Interconnection with Education 7 2. The Definition of Education 14 3.
The "Education Explosion" 22 Chapter Two THE CONTRASTING SOCIAL FUNCTIONS OF EDUCATION UNDER CAPITALISM AND SOCIALISM 27 1. This book was Stevo's Business Book of the Week for the week of 3/15, as selected by Stevo's Book Reviews on the Internet and Stevo's Novel Ideas.
The epic successor to one of the most important books of the century: at once a retelling of global history, a scathing critique of contemporary politics, and a bold proposal for a new and fairer /5(48).
Marcy’s book, written inshowed how the scientific-technological revolution was changing the means of production and the working class itself. A big shift was taking place in the economy to fewer manufacturing and more service jobs. New technology led. Gig Sanit. Jun;(6) [Effect of the scientific and technological revolution on the environment under capitalism].
[Article in Russian]Author: Moldavskaia Gk. Lenin in light of the scientific-technological revolution. The collapse of the USSR did not abolish the fundamental contradictions of capitalism that gave rise to the Bolshevik revolution in the first place.
In an irony of history, the collapse of the USSR, by removing many barriers to a new phase in the global development of capitalism and. Machine derived contents note: Introduction --Melvyn Dubofsky --The Scientific-Technological Revolution and Contradictions of Capitalism --B N Ponomarev --The Scientific-Technological Revolution and the Working Class --T Timofeev --Socio-Economic Aspects --The New Technology and the Problem of Employment --A Galkin --Socio-Political Aspects.
Good stuff. The trouble is that, despite aiming to show that because of technological developments (3-D printers and automation where those who lose their jobs won't be able to find employment in some other or new section of the economy as with past automation) production based on labour-value will collapse in the course of this century, he doesn't see such a society as being the.
CHAPTER ONE. CONTEN'T'S. THE STRUCTURE OF THE SCIENTIFIC-TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTION AND EDUCATION. The Increasing Competition Between Socialism and Capitalism 66 in the Realm of Education 3.
As the scientific-technological revolution was progressing “at breakneck speed,” there occurred a change in the historic pattern of the business cycle.
After the recession ofU.S. capitalism entered the era of “jobless recoveries.”. The General Crisis of Capitalism is a historical category, which signifies that the internal contradictions of capitalism, which could be kept under control by the development of productivity during its rising and mature stage, have obtained in its late phase an irreconcilability threatening the conditions of existence of humanity itself.
The contradictions of capitalism and the conditions for staging the socialist revolution (as a negation of capitalism in the first place) become mature as soon as the social character of production becomes a technical necessity, through the transition to mechanised production (through the transition from the formal to the real subordination of.
The history of Soviet Union (especially during the course of 20 th century’s seventies and eighties) proves the full validity of such our suggestion. Just as it was the case in More’s Utopia, the functioning of Soviet economy has been firmly based upon the principle of state’s unilateral ownership of production assets and labor.
Marx's Capital was a book that revolutionised political economy and for the first time opened our eyes to the real workings of capitalism. It was, however, met with a wall of silence from the mainstream economists and the establishment.
Despite this, Capital became regarded in the workers' movement as the Bible of the working class. Communists Today – Chapter 8. Posted by Hans Heinz Holz: Communists Today then it is dialectically predictable that the internal contradictions within capitalism will lead to its being superseded at some point by an alternative form of society.
it has contributed a great deal to advancing and continuing the scientific-technological. Contemporary capitalism is an informational capitalism just like it is finance capitalism, imperialist capitalism, crisis capitalism, hyper-industrial capitalism (the importance of fossil fuels and the mobility industries), etc.
Capitalism is a multidimensional economic and societal formation. In the third chapter of his book, Kumpf analyses the new forms of state monopoly capitalism.
He shows how – despite the efforts of the bourgeois parties – it is impossible to solve the inner contradictions of the system.
His main thesis is that, although the monopolies undertake a form of planning, overall production is still anarchical. The Making of a Marxist in Capitalist Crisis. Posted by Arindam own right that is free of antagonistic contradictions and moved entirely by scientific-technological forces has no basis in classical Marxism, and amounts to a sweeping negation of the fundamental principles of historical materialism that class struggle is the.
The contradictions of capitalist exploitation have raised a dire threat to the working class and the capitalist economy. Driven by internet technology and its utilization by Amazon, among others, it has been made possible by the capitalist scientific-technological revolution.
Goldstein is the author of Low-Wage Capitalism and Capitalism.The fact is that the scientific-technological revolution is a global phenomenon that has taken hold particularly in the most highly developed capitalist countries.
One of its fundamental aspects is that, as against previous phases of development, this one has meant a quantum jump in scientific and technological progress.A new capitalism thanks to the third scientific technological revolution (TSTR).
Detailed empirical studies on the s economy has effectively refuted the argument that IT, fiber optics and biotechnology inaugurated a “new epoch of capitalism” by revolutionizing the forces of production.