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2006 | 50-51 | 295-318
Article title

Revolutionary and Counter-revolutionary World-views: Two Models of Understanding Sociotechnics as an Overall Therapy of Interhuman Life

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PL
Abstracts
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Revolutionary and counter-revolutionary world-views are presented as 'militant and competing outlooks' - zero-sum game players' world-views in the war over a character of communal life system. These are antithetical views. Their subjects are social forces acting in their antagonistic interests and aspirations. The world-views are presented as two, fundamentally different models of understanding sociotechnics as an overall therapy of human life. A therapy through social engineering model deriving from the revolutionary world-view could be named a model under the banner of 'utopia' (the therapy is a well thought-out alternative order) and a therapy through social engineering model deriving from counter-revolutionary world-view could be named a model under the banner of 'ideology' (the therapy consists in applying a tried-and-tested pattern form the past, which enables to preserve identity and to combine change with continuity).
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  • J. Gockowski,
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07PLAAAA03116428
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bwmeta1.element.355abc16-5f22-3b17-966d-9e29d729dc38
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