The Proceedings of the Twenty-First World Congress of Philosophy 5:171-174 (2007)
|Abstract||National economies have developed self-reinforcing tendencies and detached themselves from real economic life. In order to understand this phenomenon and find political instruments to control it, systems of national economies can be conceived as virtual realities. This requires a new comprehension of reality. The author suggests different ontological classes, which can be described in terms of the relations among them|
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