On Ecological Revolution of Economic Thoughts and Theories

Philosophy of the Social Sciences 35 (2):12-18 (2005)

Traditional mainstream economics theory of the fundamental flaws in its ecological and economic framework to phase separation is characterized by the natural world as a constant factor. Reflect the economic operation of modern ecological civilization sustainability of economic laws is the best choice for existing traditional mainstream economics for an ecological economic revolution, the promotion of sustainable development theory and practice of major problems. The fundamental flaw of traditional main-stream economics lies in its theoretical framework with the feature of economy separating from ecology, and views the nature as an unchangeable factor. The best choice to keep the economic regularity and sustainable economics in the era of modem ecological civilization is to carry on an ecological revolution to traditional main-stream economics, so that it can solve the important problems of the sustainable development in theories and practices
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