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Apuntes desde la ciencia económica ¿el sujeto racional o el sujeto complejo?

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  • Dustin Tahisin Gómez Rodríguez


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    El siguiente artículo es un breve análisis del imaginario del sujeto racional del discurso hegemónico de la ciencia económica actual, en contraposición con el sujeto complejo propuesto por Morin, como ápice de una posible revolución científica denominada bioeconomía. La metodología es de tipo documental y exploratoria, en la cual se hace una revisión de literatura especializada por medio de matrices.The following article is a brief analysis of the imagery of the rational subject of the hegemonic discourse of the current economic science, contrary to the position proposed by Morin, as the apex of a possible scientific revolution called bioeconomy complex subject. The methodology is exploratory documentary, in which a literature review by specialized matrices is done.

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    Article provided by UNIVERSIDAD DEL MAGDALENA in its journal REVISTA CLIO AMERICA.

    Volume (Year): Vol 8 No 15 (2014)
    Issue (Month): (January)
    Pages: 83-89

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    Handle: RePEc:col:000506:015019
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