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  1. Religion and Dialectics.Anthony E. Mansueto - 2002 - Upa.
    Religion and Dialectics carries to a new level, the critical dialogue between religious belief, dialectical thinking, and socialist practice, which has given birth, among other things, to the theology of liberation and to a new Marxist sociology of religion.
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  2. Towards Synergism: The Cosmic Significance of the Human Civilizational Project.Anthony E. Mansueto - 1995 - Upa.
    Towards Synergism makes a powerful case for understanding the universe as a relational and self-organizing system. The author shows that human civilization serves as the center for the dynamic complexity of the system of our universe.
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    From Dialectic to Organization: Bogdanov’s Contribution to Social Theory.Anthony Mansueto - 1996 - Studies in East European Thought 48 (1):37 - 61.
    This paper situates Bogdanov in the context of social theory generally and socialist theory in particular. It outlines briefly the principal characteristics of his mature system, and assesses the strengths and weaknesses of his approach to the fundamental problems of social thought. The paper devotes particular attention to the problem of just how systems develop from less complex to more complex forms of organization, and evaluates Bogdanov’s solution to this problem against the background of populist, social democratic, and Leninist alternatives.
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    Spirituality and Dialectics.Anthony Mansueto & Maggie Mansueto - 2005 - Lexington Books.
    Spirituality and Dialectics is a passionate and rigorous argument against nihilism and a manifesto for the party of meaning and hope. It demonstrates how we can ground principles of meaning and value, against the aesthetic and intellectual hegemony of the enlightenment—culminating most currently through postmodernity, as a basis for the critique of all present injustice. What emerges is a vision of a new social order that permits the full development of human social capacities.
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    From Dialectic to Organization: Bogdanov’s Contribution to Social Theory.Anthony Mansueto - 1996 - Studies in East European Thought 48 (1):37-61.
    This paper situates Bogdanov in the context of social theory generally and socialist theory in particular. It outlines briefly the principal characteristics of his mature system, and assesses the strengths and weaknesses of his approach to the fundamental problems of social thought. The paper devotes particular attention to the problem of just how systems develop from less complex to more complex forms of organization, and evaluates Bogdanov's solution to this problem against the background of populist, social democratic, and Leninist alternatives.
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