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1. Dialectics and Humanism: Volume > 6 > Issue: 2
Leszek Kasprzyk Foreword
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development and progress: discussion of the concepts
2. Dialectics and Humanism: Volume > 6 > Issue: 2
Bogdan Suchodolski, Stefan Piekarczyk Science for Progress and Science for Existence
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Janina Wojnar-Sujecka, Aleksandra Rodzińska The Concepts of Development and Progress in Marxism
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interpretations of the scientific and technological revolution
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Tadeusz M. Jaroszewski, Stefan Piekarczyk The Scientific and Technological Revolution in the Light of Historical Materialist Theory
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Józef Borgosz, Tomasz Przestępski Faustic and Ludic Visions of the Scientific and Technological Revolution
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Czesław Bartnik Development and Humanization in the Thought of Teilhard de Chardin and Its Reception in Poland
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the scientific and technological revolution vs. the special sciences
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Andrzej Trautman, Lech Petrowicz Physics and the Scientific and Technological Revolution
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Adam Urbanek, Irina Bagajewa Biology in the Age of the Scientific and Technological Revolution
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humanization of scientific and tecfinological progress
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Howard L. Parsons Science and Technology: Means to What End?
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10. Dialectics and Humanism: Volume > 6 > Issue: 2
Henri Van Lier Towards a Frugal Economy
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Lech Zacher, Iwona Dąbrowska Some Remarks on Controlling the Processes of the Scientific and Technological Revolution
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scientific and technological progress in the third world
12. Dialectics and Humanism: Volume > 6 > Issue: 2
Dhirendra Sharma Policy and Planning Priorities for the Third World
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Eugeniusz Olszewski, Ludwik Wiewiórkowski The Acquisition of Technology in the 19th and 20th Centuries by the Underdeveloped Countries
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revolutions in science — morality — cognition
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Waldemar Voisé, Antoni Szymanowski Bruno on the Morality of the Inhabitants of the Infinite Universe and on the Cognitive Passion of Copernicus
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Zdzisław Cackowski, Aleksandra Rodzińska The Continuity and Discontinuity of Human Cognition
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Janusz Kuczyński, Maciej Łęcki Man as the Unique Creator of Sense
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