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Regulatory metallurgy: a brief investigation into the ontological processes of the regulatory state

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Disciplines
KeywordsTriple Keywords
Social progress
Progress
Situation (Linguistics)
Context (Linguistics)
Grammar, Comparative and general--Context
Naturalism
Sketching
Drawing
Drawings
Language and languages
Languages
Foreign languages
Reality
Mental philosophy
Philosophy
Economics
Economic theory
Political economy
Concept formation
Concepts

Abstract

Progress — The aim of this work is to investigate, in the philosophical context, the ontological doctrines of naturalism and non-naturalism, which are essential for describing the ways in which the existence is perceived, with the aim of drawing a diametrical bridge with the field of activity of legal disciplines and protective market practices, especially in view of the general rules on state regulation, taking as political and political milestones its three distinct economic moments: the Liberal State, the Social State and the Regulatory State, which culminates in this virtually global model of heterorregulation of the local economy of the current capitalist State. Methodology/approach/design — Whereas all the language used to describe fenone, which is grossly called reality, is produced from metalinguing — prior to the description of these fennous, and therefore — this analysis seeks to clarify which metallurgy is (or should be) responsible for the gênese of the regulatory phenone and its loologico-epistemological limits. This is an interdisciplinary search carried out by analysing and comparing the works of authors of the philosophy, such as Hume and Rosset, as well as economics, such as Smith, Keynes and Hayek.Results — After systematic consideration of the concepts investigated, we argue that there are no necessary ontological bodies to determine the discovery of a particular natural order for the market, which is why any thecné that is genuinely intended to regulate must remain in the area of contingency, which is also a policy area. We believe that it is imperative that the legal matters currently seen as closest to the technological sphere return to their humanistic origins in order to (re-) discover their social character, and thus their liability to make sense also to subjectivity.

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