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Феномен „Экономического империализма” в контексте современной политической философии

Show simple item record Chistrugă, Ilarion 2016-02-16T18:17:39Z 2016-02-16T18:17:39Z 2015
dc.description Киструга Илларион / Publicat în: Conferință științifică internațională „Abordări clasice şi inovatoare în gândirea economică contemporană”, Ed. I (8 mai 2015) / com. șt.: Dumitru Moldovan [et al.] ; coord., resp. de ed.: Elina Benea-Popuşoi. – Chișinău : ASEM, 2015. – 204 p. Antetit.: Acad. de Studii Econ. a Moldovei, Catedra Gândire Economică, Demografie, Geoeconomie. – Texte : lb. rom., engl., rusă. – Bibliogr. la sfârşitul art. – 40 ex. ISBN 978-9975-75-782-9. en_US
dc.description.abstract The „economic imperialism” phenomenon inevitably affects the formation process of methodological diversity of contemporary political philosophy. The article is an attempt to understand, whether the economic imperialism is able to help political philosophy to better understand the peculiarities of political entity. Political philosophy regards the intellectual claims of economic imperialists as intellectual moments of societal production and reproduction - with all its structures based on oppression, inequality and violence. All this creates premises for its ideological critic. Exercising this function, political philosophy is realizing herself in the logic of „critical theory”. This is a critique of forms and conditions of domination in a society, held at the level of cultural and theoretical instrumentary. Therefore, a consequent political philosophy is always a status-quo critique, an oppositional thought – a thought in opposition to the prevailing ideas about the essence of the political entity. en_US
dc.language.iso other en_US
dc.publisher ASEM en_US
dc.subject экономический империализм en_US
dc.title Феномен „Экономического империализма” в контексте современной политической философии en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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