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Conscientious War is the Leading Form of Geoeconomic Subordination of Consciousness as a New Subject of Labor in the Context of Neoliberal Globalization

Grugorii Zadorozhny
Academician of the Academy of Economic Sciences of Ukraine, Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor.
ORCID https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4488-4173
e-mail: i.business@karazin.ua,
V.N.Karazin Kharkiv National University

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Zadorozhny, G. V. (2021). Conscientious War is the Leading Form of Geoeconomic Subordination of Consciousness as a New Subject of Labor in the Context of Neoliberal Globalization. Visnyk ekonomichnoi nauky Ukrainy, 1 (40), рр. 199-206. doi: https://doi.org/10.37405/1729-7206.2021.1(40).199-206


In the context of globalization, the very subject of labor is changing dramatically – it becomes human consciousness, and changes in the subject of labor – consciousness, technologies for manipulating consciousness have become the most profitable business. Consciousness is also becoming a new subject of a new consistent war, which is associated with a change in consciousness and human identity.  The specificity of modern war is determined by the fact that the most important direction of a global war on defeat is connected with destroying the subject that can wage a war and is able to develop and set strategic goals. Therefore, the main offensive is aimed at destroying those intellectual centers that are developing national strategies for survival. Understanding this caused the possibility of changing the knowledge of the world in a new human-dimensional format. By and large, a conscientious war is being waged for the survival of humanity, for its future.  In the course of this war, which is essentially a struggle between Technos and HOMOS for victory: the technical artificial world or the human world, a picture of the future is already being formed and implanted in the consciousness of a still-human. It’s a pity that Technos is tactically winning so far. But man, in his divine-ontological being, has all the potential, first of all, spiritual and moral, for a strategic victory. If a person is able in this global crisis world to remain a person as such, who realizes and begins to realize his humanity in every act, then the human future will become the Great Victory of Mankind.

man, humanity, conscientious war, globalization, consciousness, identity, value competitiveness, intelligence.


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