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Economic development of society

Conception of co-operative socialism

Historical research


Table of contents

FOREWORD

Chapter one, introduction The theories of revolutions in the development of society’s productive forces.

Chapter two. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DURING THE PERIOD OF FORMATION OF MAN AND SOCIETY.
  1. Periodization of pre-class society.
  2. The development of primitive society’s productive forces.
  3. Ownership and exchange.
Chapter three. THE FIRST, HUNTING-TECHNICAL, REVOLUTION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOCIETY’S PRODUCTIVE FORCES.
  1. The origin of hunting-technical revolution.
  2. Rise of the hunting-technical revolution. Technological overturn.
  3. Maturity of the hunting-technical revolution. Technical overturn in hunting (and fishing).
  4. Completion of the hunting-technical revolution. Structural-branch revolution.
  5. Main characteristic features of the hunting-technical revolution.
Chapter four. THE FIRST, COMMUNAL, SOCIAL REVOLUTION.
  1. Economic law of correspondence between labour productivity and the level of people’s needs.
  2. The rise of labour productivity and standard of living.
  3. Population upsurge.
  4. The origin of community-communal ownership of the main means of production.
  5. The consequences of the communal-social revolution.
Chapter five. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE PRIMITIVE-COMMUNAL SOCIETY. PRODUCTIVE PHASE.
  1. Development of productive forces of the society.
  2. Ownership and socio-productive relations.
  3. Exchange. The law of value.
  4. The law of correspondence of the size of commodity market to the level of social division of labour.
  5. The law of correspondence of degree of centralization of production(economy) to the level of operational division of labour.
Chapter six. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE PRIMITIVE-COMMUNAL SOCIETY. USURIOUS PHASE.
  1. Development of productive forces of the society. Origin and development of agriculture and cattle breeding.
  2. Ownership of land and land tenure.
  3. Social division of labour.
  4. Community evolution.
  5. Origin of taxation.
  6. Remuneration of labour and kinds of it
  7. Socio-productive relations.
  8. Origin of exploitation of man by man. Historical forms of exploitation. Usurious exploitation.
Chapter seven. THE SECOND, AGRARIAN-TECHNICAL, REVOLUTION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOCIETY’S PRODUCTIVE FORCES.
  1. The origin of agrarian-technical revolution.
  2. Rise of the agrarian-technical revolution. Technological overturn.
  3. Maturity of the agrarian-technical revolution. Technical overturn in agriculture.
  4. Completion of the agrarian-technical revolution. Structural-branch overturn.
  5. Main characteristic features of the agrarian-technical revolution.
Chapter eight. THE SECOND, SLAVE-HOLDING, SOCIAL REVOLUTION.
  1. Economic laws and economic contradictions.
  2. The origin of conflict between society’s productive forces and socio-productive relations.
  3. Agrarian-technical and slave-holding social revolutions.
  4. Slave-holding social revolution as a consequence of economic (pre-class) struggle of debtors and the poor against usurers and aristocracy.
  5. Consequences of the slave-holding social revolution.
Chapter nine. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF SLAVE-HOLDING – SERFDOM SOCIETY. TRADE PHASE.
  1. Development of productive forces of society.
  2. Socio-productive relations.
  3. Trade profit.
  4. Kinds of trade profit.
  5. Trade profit rate. The law of reduction of trade profit rate.
  6. Economic laws.
Chapter ten. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF SLAVE-HOLDING – SERF SOCIETY. PRODUCTIVE PHASE.
  1. Socio-productive relations.
  2. Exploitation of slaves in production sphere. Production profit.
  3. Rate of trade profit. The law of lowering of the rate of production profit.
  4. Economic laws and economic contradictions.
Chapter eleven. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF SLAVE-HOLDING – SERFDOM SOCIETY. USURIOUS PHASE.
  1. Development of productive forces of society.
  2. About so-called feudalism.
  3. Socio-productive relations.
  4. Usurious exploitation. Usurious profit.
  5. Economic laws and economic contradictions.
Chapter twelve. THE THIRD, INDUSTRIAL-TECHNICAL REVOLUTION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOCIETY’S PRODUCTIVE FORCES.
  1. The origin of industrial-technical revolution.
  2. Uprise of industrial-technical revolution. Technological overturn.
  3. Maturity of industrial-technical revolution. Technical overturn in industry.
  4. Completion of industrial-technical revolution. Structural-branch overturn.
  5. The main characteristic features of industrial-technical revolution.
Chapter thirteen. THE THIRD, BOURGEOIS, SOCIAL REVOLUTION.
  1. The origin of conflict between society’s productive forces and socio-productive relations.
  2. Industrial-technical and bourgeois social revolutions.
  3. Bourgeois-social revolution as а consequence of class struggle.
  4. Consequences of bourgeois social revolution.
Chapter fourteen. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF BOURGEOIS-CAPITALIST SOCIETY. TRADE PHASE (TRADE CAPITALISM).
  1. Socio-productive relations.
  2. Trade profit, its kinds. Rate of trade profit. The law of lowering rate of trade profit.
  3. Economic laws and economic contradictions.
Chapter fifteen. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF CAPITALIST SOCIETY. PRODUCTIVE PHASE (INDUSTRIAL CAPITALISM).
  1. Socio-productive relations.
  2. Exploitation of hired workers in the sphere of production. Production (employers’) profit.
  3. Economic laws and economic contradictions.
Chapter sixteen. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF CAPITALIST SOCIETY. USURIOUS PHASE (JOINT-STOCK OR MONOPOLY CAPITALISM).
  1. Socio-productive relations.
  2. Usurious exploitation. Usurious profit.
  3. Economic laws and economic contradictions.
Chapter seventeen. THE FOURTH, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOCIETY’S PRODUCTIVE FORCES.
  1. The origin of scientific and technological revolution.
  2. Uprise of scientific and technological revolution. Technological overturn.
  3. Maturity of scientific and technological revolution. Technical overturn in scientific production.
  4. Completion of scientific and technological revolution. Structural-branch overturn.
  5. The main characteristic features and consequences of scientific and technological revolution.
Chapter eighteen. THE FOURTH, SOCIALIST, SOCIAL REVOLUTION.
  1. The origin of contradictions between society’s productive forces and socio-productive relations.
  2. Scientific and technological and socialist revolutions.
  3. Socialist revolution as a consequence of class struggle.
  4. Consequences of socialist social revolution.
Chapter nineteen. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIALIST SOCIETY. TRADE PHASE (SOCIALISM).
  1. Socio-productive relations.
  2. Social structure of socialist society.
  3. Bureaucracy and labourers in Soviet society.
  4. State-bureaucratic socialism and co-operative socialism.
  5. National debt in USSR. Exploitation in Soviet society. Forms of exploitation.
  6. Economic laws and economic contradictions.
  7. Negative phenomena in Soviet economy and society.
  8. Necessity of reforms in Soviet economy and society.
  9. Socialist reforms and Party of co-operative socialism.
  10. Conditions of transition to the higher, productive phase (communism).
Chapter twenty, the last. DISCREPANCIES IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIETY.

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