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代谢的断裂及修复:农业危机与古巴社会主义有机粮食生产模式的潜能

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丽贝卡·克劳森 (Rebecca Clausen),美国刘易斯堡学院社会学副教授。
布雷特·克拉克 (Brett Clark),美国犹他大学社会学副教授。
斯特凡诺·兰格 (Stefano B.Longo),美国北卡罗来纳州立大学社会学助理教授。
宋树理 ,经济学博士,浙江外国语学院国际经贸系主任、副教授,浙江省之江青年社科学者,主要研究方向为马克思主义国际政治经济学。
刘晓音 ,经济学博士,博士后,上海财经大学马克思主义学院院长助理,主要研究方向为世界经济学。

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代谢的断裂及修复:农业危机与古巴社会主义有机粮食生产模式的潜能

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论文目录

  • 一 引言
  • 二 马克思的代谢论及其政治经济学批判分析法
  • 三 现代农业的代谢断裂
  • 四 社会的新陈代谢和资本主义有机农业
  • 五 代谢修复和古巴的社会主义有机农业体系
    1. (一)古巴农业:问题及应对措施
    2. (二)内源式发展史
    3. (三)整合代谢关系:蠕虫、奶牛和甘蔗
    4. (四)整合景观:再现一个草原是可能的
    5. (五)整合粮食生产体系内的劳动关系
  • 六 结论:粮食主权和代谢修复的可能性

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