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Самир Амин

Дата рождения: 3. Сентябрь 1931

Самир Амин ; род. 4 сентября 1931, Каир — проживающий в Дакаре франкоязычный египетский политолог и экономист, исследователь глобализации, один из теоретиков неомарксизма и основоположников мир-системного подхода, исследователь зависимого развития.

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„Нет сомнения в том, что многие правительства стран третьего мира поистине одиозны. Но необходимой демократизации невозможно достичь путём замены их на насаждаемые агрессором марионеточные режимы, которые отдают ресурсы своих стран на разграбление транснациональным корпорациям.“

„The very principle of democracy is founded on the possibility of making alternative choices. There is no longer a need for democracy, since ideology made the idea that "there is no alternative" acceptable. Adherence to a meta-social principle of superior rationality allows for the elimination of the necessity and possibility of choosing. The so-called principle of the rationality of "markets" exactly fills this function in the ideology of obsolescent capitalism. Democratic practice is thus emptied of all content in the way is open to what I have called "low-intensity democracy" - that is, to electoral buffooneries where parades of majorettes take the place of programs, to the society of the spectacle. Delegitimized by these practices, politics is undone, begins to drift and loses its potential power to give meaning and coherence to alternative societal projects.“

„The general economic growth of the quarter of a century that followed World War II not surprisingly created many illusions. In the West, people thought that they had found in Keynesianism the definitive solution to the problem of crises and unemployment. It was thus thought that the world had entered into an era of perpetual prosperity and definitive mastery of the business cycle. In the socialist world, it was also thought that the model formula for even higher growth had been discovered which enabled Khruschev to announce victoriously that by 1980 the USSR would have overtaken the united States "in every domain." In the third world of Africa and Asia, the national liberation movements which had seized political independence, also had a battery of prescriptions which, in a mix of capitalist and socialist recipes, in doses that varied from case to case, would enable these movements to overcome "underdevelopment" in "interdependence.“

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