Paradigm Lost: A Cultural and Systems Theoretical Critique of Political Economy

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M.E. Sharpe, 1995 - 425 ˹
This sequel to "Man and the Biosphere" is an account of the origins and development of a cultural, social energetic and systems theoretical contribution to critical Marxism. It examines: the intellectual contributions of the Russian philosophers, A.A. Bogdanov and A.I. Bukharin; Bogdanov's and Bukharin's contributions as a search for a unity of scientific knowledge; and a paradigmatic change from a closed mechanical system to an open systems paradigm.
 

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SELECTED ISSUES IN THE PHILOSOPHY
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Revolution Versus Reform in a Scientific Community
41
The Enlightenments Mechanicalism
49
PHILOSOPHICAL COUNTERCURRENTS
56
Kants Critique of Reason
71
Hegelian Totality
78
HOLISM AND THE NATURALUNITY OF SCIENCE
91
THE PHILOSOPHICAL HERITAGE OF CRITICAL MARXISM
102
A Response to the Crisis of Russian Marxism
193
Rival Concepts of Dialectical Materialism
204
FROM PHENOMENOLOGY TO TEKTOLOGY
214
Social Consciousness Ideology and Culture
222
THE METASCIENCE OF PRAXIS
267
Dimensions in Tektology
276
Basic Concepts and Methods
282
Tektology and the Theory of the Economy as a Metabolic System
295

Critical and Scientific Marxism
109
TOWARD THE NATURAL UNITY OF SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE
115
The Collapse of the Laplacean Prototype
124
Ostwalds Social Energetics
133
Unity of Science and Nihilist Strains
146
A Critical Kernel in Russian Marxism
155
A Keystone to Russian Critical Marxism
162
THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL MARXISM OF BOGDANOV
178
Tektology and Open Systems
303
AN ATHENS WITHOUT SLAVES
319
DYSTOPIAN WARNINGS
330
CONCLUDING REMARKS
339
NOTES
349
BIBLIOGRAPHY
395
ABOUT THE AUTHOR 425
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