Methodological Problems in the Investigation of the Contemporary Scientific-Technical Revolution and the Forming of the New Human Being

Russian Studies in Philosophy 15 (1):4-8 (1976)

Abstract
Among the numerous philosophical problems associated with analysis of the current revolution in science and technology, the problem of the revolution in the productive forces of society holds a place of importance. The revolution in science and technology brought the problem of the revolution in the productive forces into the foreground, along with the problems of the social revolution as a revolution in the entire system of societal relations
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