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Essays on the history and philosophy of ecological economic thought

@inproceedings{Franco2019EssaysOT,
  title={Essays on the history and philosophy of ecological economic thought},
  author={Marco P.V. Franco},
  year={2019}
}
O presente trabalho visa contribuir para a historia e filosofia do pensamento economico-ecologico (PEE), com foco no pensamento russo e no conceito de utopismo ecologico. O primeiro ensaio traz um relato historico do PEE no periodo entre 1880 e 1930, fundamentando-o na energetica social e demonstrando sua diversidade intelectual. Foi identificado um metaparadigma cientifico que combina diferentes valores, metodos e ideias em uma critica ecologica a economia convencional, consistindo em uma… 
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