In Defense Of Dialectics, Multicultural Matrix And Exosomatism: The Concept Of Roegenian Bioeconomics
AbstractDialectics, multicultural matrix and exosomatism are three major ideas marginalized by the contemporary mainstream economic thinking. Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen, through the concept of bioeconomics, argumentatively defended epistemic pillars of economic science and elaborated a revolutionary paradigm based on the evolutional principle. This paper aims to integrate, in the UE approach of bioeconomics, the Romanian economist’s original vision, epistemology and methodology of economics.
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Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (July)
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Multi-cultural matrix; Roegenian bioeconomic; Epistemology;
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