Epistemics and Economics

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Transaction Publishers, 1992
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Contents

Economic Theory and the Formal Imagination
3
Time Novelty Geometry
25
Selfsubsistent and nonselfsubsistent sciences
28
Valuation Variety and Scalar Quantity
40
Formal Codes and their Efficiency
50
Orientations
74
Reason versus Knowledge
80
The Rise of the Rational Ideal
87
The Dissolution of Rational Determinacy
229
Statics The Rejection of Time
241
The Calculus and the Subjective Ideal
243
Simultaneous Equations and the Market Ideal
249
Partial Equilibrium
256
The Rejection of Time
263
Diachronism The Artefact of Time
275
Diachronism The Assimilation of Time to Space
277

The Construct of Reason
89
Subjective Marginalism
102
The Concept of Value
108
Quantity versus Form
114
The Rational Ideal as the Core of Economic Theory
120
Cost and the Meaning of Choice
130
Perfect Competition and Conceptual Illusionism
137
The ValueConstruct in the Round
148
The Dissolution of the Rational Ideal
153
Expectation the Dissolution of Determinacy
155
Chapter 2 of the General Theory Two Entrances for Involuntary Unemployment
166
Kaleidic InvestmentValues
178
Lenders Uncertainty and the Nature of InterestRates
187
Liquidity Its Nature
206
Prices As Convention
220
Marshalls Accommodation of Time
286
Capital or the TimeNet of Production
297
Business Cycle Engines
333
History Theory and WorldPicture
345
The Sovereignty of Theory
353
Epistemics versus Axiomatics
357
The Science of Imprecision
359
Languages for Expectation
364
Profit
409
Game Theorys Exclusion of Tactical Surprise
422
Kaleidic Economics
427
Economic Theory Unbound
443
INDEX
449
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