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THE POWER-OWNERSHIP AS A REMEDY FROM THE OWNER'S POWER

ВЛАСТЬ-СОБСТВЕННОСТЬ КАК СРЕДСТВО ОТ ВЛАСТИ СОБСТВЕННИКОВ

Pavel Simashenkov ()

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Abstract: The article analyzes the phenomenon of ownership in its legal, economic, political and philosophical perspectives. Ownership is considered as an opportunity and as a guarantee of sustainable development. Comparative context is used to identify the specificity of the bourgeois model of owners' power (social state) and the domestic concept of power-ownership (including socialist state). The author draws conclusions about ways to overcome the competition between the state and the market for the human resource and proposes to explore the ideological provision of power-ownership in order to appreciate its progressive potential and predilection in relation to the liberal model of social development.

Keywords: Marxism; Relations of production; Ownership; Socialism; Liberalism; Power-ownership; Philistinism; Russia State; Political economy; Lenin; Russian political authorities; Russian economic thought (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018-09-11
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Published in Scientific and methodological electronic journal "Concept", 2018, 2018 (9), pp.236-244. ⟨10.31124/advance.10315454⟩

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DOI: 10.31124/advance.10315454

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