Archive for November, 2012

Science Studies and Sociology of Science – On Human Extension

This audio presentation was delivered at the Historiae Scientiarum Baltica – International Baltic Conference on the History of Science October 5, 2012, in the session on Philosophy, Sociology and Humanities. Originally the presentation was titled: “On Natural and Social Scientific Knowledge in Post-Soviet Space,” and it relates to this Blog on the topic of Human Extension. The quality of the recording is not so high, but should be understandable as the first audio upload here at Human Extension Blog.

On Human Extension, Science Studies and Sociology of Science

 

Human Extension in Economics – an alternative to Evolutionary Economic Sociology

Recently during a visit to Krakow, Poland, I received copies of the Journal – “Theory and Practice of Institutional Reforms in Russia,” which included my article: “Evolutionary and Institutional Economics: A View from the Post-Neo-Classical Perspective.” This is the original English article, which was later translated by P.I. Litvinova and M.V. Sinyutin and published as «Рост, развитие и изменения: выход за пределы эволюционной парадигмы» (“Growth, Development and Change: A Post-Neo-Classical Approach to Evolutionary and Institutional Economics.”) and published in the book Evolutionary and Institutional Economics: Discussions, Methods and Applications. St. Petersburg: Aletheia Press, 2012: pp. 101-117.

This article elaborates on the notion of Human Extension (and Intension) in the realm of economics. It promotes the notion of economic tension sociology (ETS) as an alternative to evolutionary social-economics.

A slightly updated version of the article can be found here: 

http://www.academia.edu/2067111/Evolutionary_and_Institutional_Economics_A_View_from_the_Post-Neo-Classical_Perspective


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