资源配置向“自觉化”演进:三元机制体系: 学习恩格斯《自然辩证法》的再思考

Translated title of the contribution: The Evolution to Consciousness of the Resource Allocation:the Ternary Mechanism: Rethinking on "Dialectics of Nature" Written by Engels

Chengxun Yang, 承 谕

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Abstract

Engels' "Dialectics of Nature" has remarkable guiding significance to the innovation of social economics. In his eyes, the "spontaneity" of "animal state" to "self-consciousness" would be realized only in the communist society, under one of the important conditions that people grasp the nature's rules. As how the economic operation would evolve, Engels told nothing. It now seems that the economic evolution has at least three stages:from“one", one“invisible hand",to“two",the combination of“two hands" of market and government, and then "three",the "ternary mechanism" of government, market and technology, where the technology plays the "determined" role. We should judge the importance of technology's recourse allocation in a strategic perspective. The upgrade of reform orientation of China' s socialist market economy has gradually helped to fill that
"blank" theoretically and practically, especially in fields of dealing with the relations of two "determined" factors, realizing the evolution of "one-two-three". Further, we need to deepen the exploration, reduce the blindness of recourse allocation, and improve the foresee ability of modern socialist economy.
Translated title of the contributionThe Evolution to Consciousness of the Resource Allocation:the Ternary Mechanism: Rethinking on "Dialectics of Nature" Written by Engels
Original languageChinese (Simplified)
Pages (from-to)31-43
Number of pages13
JournalJournal of Economics of Shanghai School
Volume13
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Keywords

  • Law of Natural Science
  • Consciousness
  • Invisible Hand
  • Visible Hand
  • The Ternary Mechanism

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