Transformational Logic and Social Transformation
Keywords:transformational logic, transformational analysis, social transformation
This paper presents the basics of Academic Brutian’s conception of transformational logic and the application of its methodological means to the study of optimal ways for transforming former socialist system of Armenia into social state in the frame of capitalist free market economy.
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