Artículos con la etiqueta ‘perspectivas’

Kantian causality and quantum quarks: the compatibility between quantum mechanics and Kant’s phenomenal world

Por • 2 abr, 2014 • Category: Filosofía

El indeterminismo cuántico parece incompatible con la defensa de la causalidad que hace Kant en su Segunda Analogía. La interpretación de Copenhague de la mecánica cuántica también considera a esta teoría como evidencia, a favor del antirealismo. Este articulo defiende que la ley (trascendental) de la causalidad se aplica solamente al mundo en tanto que observable, y no a objetos hipotéticos (inobservables) como los quarks, detectables solo mediante aceleradores de altas energías. Tomar la constante de Planck y la velocidad de la luz como límites inferior y superior de la observabilidad nos ofrece un modo de interpretar los observables de la mecánica cuántica como empíricamente reales, incluso aunque estos sean trascendentalmente, es decir, preobservacionalmente, ideales.



El fin de la crítica (II)

Por • 14 ago, 2013 • Category: Nacionales

Roland Denis  En un artículo anterior estábamos viendo como dentro del proceso del los pueblos, los altibajos de la misma lucha popular, hay una ley que cumple su lógica. Decía: emprendemos la acción critica en función del extender el diálogo general y la evolución creadora del pensamiento dentro de una proceso revolucionario. En su curso […]



India hails first indigenous aircraft carrier as milestone

Por • 14 ago, 2013 • Category: Política

The unveiling of its first home-built aircraft carrier is significant. It will boost India’s military power and increase its influence over the Indian Ocean,” Fu Xiaoqiang, an expert on South Asian studies at the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations, told the Global Times. Analysts said New Delhi has long sought to build carrier groups to bolster its defense capability, but it will not change the regional military balance or have much influence on the military situation in Asia. “Without supporting missile systems, the aircraft carrier is no more than a target,” Fu said. India relies heavily on other countries for its weaponry. Statistics showed 70 percent of its weapons and military systems are imported from overseas, mainly from Russia, according to China Radio International.



Golden BRICS to steadily have bigger say

Por • 25 mar, 2013 • Category: Economía

BRICS Summit is held on March 26 to 27, after a breakthrough was delivered at the UN Climate Change Conference in 2011. It is widely expected that this summit will show the power and strength of the cooperation mechanism among emerging economies. Such perceptions are not unusual recently, since the BRICS countries have enjoyed rapid growth and become a significant force in addressing the international financial crisis, driving global growth, promoting global economic restructuring and improving global governance. Will the BRICS shine golden at this new event? The answer is yes, to some extent.



China 2013

Por • 20 mar, 2013 • Category: Economía

In the Maoist phase of this development planning, the Plan remained imperative in all details: nature and location of new establishments, production objectives, and prices. At that stage, no reasonable alternative was possible. I will mention here, without pursuing it further, the interesting debate about the nature of the law of value that underpinned planning in this period. The very success—and not the failure—of this first phase required an alteration of the means for pursuing an accelerated development project. The “opening” to private initiative—beginning in 1980, but above all from 1990—was necessary in order to avoid the stagnation that was fatal to the USSR. Despite the fact that this opening coincided with the globalized triumph of neo-liberalism—with all the negative effects of this coincidence, to which I shall return—the choice of a “socialism of the market,” or better yet, a “socialism with the market,” as fundamental for this second phase of accelerated development is largely justified, in my opinion.



Confianza en nosotros mismos

Por • 13 ene, 2013 • Category: Nacionales

Pero quizá la principal amenaza que pende sobre el chavismo es la que se deriva de la influencia que puedan llegar a ejercer las fuerzas que propicien su pasividad. Nada más peligroso que el tono lastimero de cualquier iniciativa oficial, por insignificante que parezca. Nada menos oportuno que cualquier devaneo con el culto a la personalidad, que siempre tuvo como efecto último la desmovilización y la derrota. Incluso la estabilidad, bien político capital en las actuales circunstancias, debe lograrse con el pueblo chavista en la calle. El ejercicio de gobierno debe evitar a toda costa reproducir la lógica del pueblo beneficiario



No habrá “espíritu de la comuna” sin “espíritu revolucionario”

Por • 3 nov, 2012 • Category: Nacionales

Pero quien pierde de vista el contenido y carácter de clase de todo Estado (escúchese bién: “Todo Estado”), muestra su precariedad o debilidad formativa en el uso de los instrumentos teóricos revolucionarios. De manera que al hablar de “Estado Democrático y Social de Derecho y de Justicia”, se remite no una formación de discurso propiamente marxista, sino a una formación de discurso socialdemócrata, aunque se plantee desde una radicalización conceptual e ideológica de la izquierda. Ese hecho es fruto de una correlaciones de fuerzas y sentidos constituyentes en el año 1999. Y es una premisa histórica que no puede soslayarse con una fraseología ultra-izquierdista simplemente temeraria.



Hanoi will feel pain for helping US return

Por • 11 jul, 2012 • Category: Política

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in Hanoi Tuesday that the US supports Vietnam’s work in resolving the South China Sea issue, but also told Vietnam it needs to do more to protect human rights. She expressed her concerns over “the jailing of journalists, bloggers, lawyers and dissidents for peaceful expression. “Clinton’s remarks have clearly outlined the direction of Vietnam developing a strategic partnership with the US. The bilateral relationship between Hanoi and Washington is more like a marriage of convenience. Vietnam has to give up its current path of development if it wants to be able to count on US support. Hanoi is counting on China to vindicate its political choices, but also wants to counter China by leveraging US power. However, the strategy needs to strike a good balance between China, the US and its domestic political forces. It will be difficult to sustain this for long.



Pakistan and the US: A too-close embrace?

Por • 5 jun, 2011 • Category: Política

The most obviously contentious issue when it comes to the relationship between the two countries is that of the repeated violations of Pakistan’s sovereignty, as that country describes it, that are US missile strikes launched by Predator drone aircraft in Pakistan’s tribal areas. Previously released cables have indicated that there is indeed tacit support from the Pakistani government and military for these strikes, even as the same officials who agree in private condemn them in public.



Medvédev advierte del peligro de desintegración de algunos países de Oriente Próximo

Por • 28 feb, 2011 • Category: Leyes

“La situación en Oriente Próximo y en el mundo árabe es gravísima y encierra el peligro de desintegración de los países más populosos y la llegada al poder de los fanáticos”,