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Russian way to the knowledge-based society

Russian way to the knowledge-based society PurposePurpose of an article is the modeling of industrial-postindustrial transition in Russian society. The very special part of this process concerns the relations between Lordship and Bondage. The relations between Lordship and Bondage in a context of so-called Master-Slave dialectic can elucidate a way to the knowledge-based society as a kind of modern capitalistic society.Design/methodology/approachAn author uses a complex of methods. He applies a phenomenological approach, mixed with the dialectics and analytical approach. Phenomenological approach presupposes the neediness of attention on a work of the conscious actions within formation of the social experiences. The modification of dialectics helps to make the comprehension of the history of social relations as a game of forces in self-consciousness, which nowadays bases on the attitudes between leaders and led people. A variant of analytic methodology helps to understand each problem as a puzzle.FindingsAs a result, author finds a spirit of the processes within development of knowledge-based society and innovative economy depends on so-called Master-Slave dialectic. In Europe, Master-Slave dialectic caused the leading role of scientists. In Russia, scientists depended on the Government and played secondary role in economy. Research limitations/implicationsResearch is the philosophical treatise, which demonstrates the speculative evaluation of industrial-postindustrial transition in Russian society.Practical implicationsPractical implications is the constructing the prognosis of the development of the Russian society.Originality/valueOriginality of the article is the reconstruction of social forms, which caused the social progress in Russia. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png foresight Emerald Publishing

Russian way to the knowledge-based society

foresight , Volume 18 (4) – Aug 8, 2016

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1463-6689
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10.1108/FS-02-2016-0005
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PurposePurpose of an article is the modeling of industrial-postindustrial transition in Russian society. The very special part of this process concerns the relations between Lordship and Bondage. The relations between Lordship and Bondage in a context of so-called Master-Slave dialectic can elucidate a way to the knowledge-based society as a kind of modern capitalistic society.Design/methodology/approachAn author uses a complex of methods. He applies a phenomenological approach, mixed with the dialectics and analytical approach. Phenomenological approach presupposes the neediness of attention on a work of the conscious actions within formation of the social experiences. The modification of dialectics helps to make the comprehension of the history of social relations as a game of forces in self-consciousness, which nowadays bases on the attitudes between leaders and led people. A variant of analytic methodology helps to understand each problem as a puzzle.FindingsAs a result, author finds a spirit of the processes within development of knowledge-based society and innovative economy depends on so-called Master-Slave dialectic. In Europe, Master-Slave dialectic caused the leading role of scientists. In Russia, scientists depended on the Government and played secondary role in economy. Research limitations/implicationsResearch is the philosophical treatise, which demonstrates the speculative evaluation of industrial-postindustrial transition in Russian society.Practical implicationsPractical implications is the constructing the prognosis of the development of the Russian society.Originality/valueOriginality of the article is the reconstruction of social forms, which caused the social progress in Russia.

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foresightEmerald Publishing

Published: Aug 8, 2016

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