"Moor" Comes back? He Has not Come yet …
VOPROSY ECONOMIKI, 2004, vol. 10
(To the Discussion on the Importance of K. Marx's Scientific Heritage) (Ending) The questions of mutual relations of science, politics and religion are considered in the second part of the article. To the author's opinion religiousness is present in any act of economic decision-making as the science cannot answer the question "What for?". Nevertheless alternative calculus of probable effects of management should be based on scientific knowledge to a maximum degree. The author compares available alternative variants of globalization with "Prussian" and "American" ways of capitalism development in agriculture. The interest of liberals in marxism in modern Russia is connected with the search of means of ideological management of the citizens educated in the Soviet system.
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