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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 5 / 2007 (510)

Incomplete crosscuts

„Because history is learned to be a process of crisis, the present as the sudden emergence of critical ramifications, the future as a bundle of unsolved problems - there is born an existentially intensified conscience of the danger represented by failed decisions and omitted interventions.”
Jurgen Habermas

The distinctive mark of modernity is building up on innovation, as a product of rationalization. Societies lagging behind under the rule of the ritual of nature have never stepped on the track of modernity. They were spent in the excitation of emotional thinking. Where the revolt against nature took place and the obsession of the independent invention of the means of subsistence emerged, even by coercing nature to yield them faster, in larger quantities and in diverse sorts, the other natural force gained legitimacy: the human nature. Modernization is a phenomenon intrinsic to human nature. It brought with it the autonomy of this nature.


Incomplete crosscuts
Marin Dinu

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The Economicity. The Epistemic Landscape, Marin Dinu, 2016


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