Category Archives: Philosophy of Science
I would just add: economics IS a science, like Darwinian biology, global brain theory, and other essentially complex sciences.
From Chapter One, “Ontology”: Evolution is emerging as a central theoretical term bridging mainstream and heterodox economics. This points towards the naturalization of economics. However, in spite of the adherence to physicalist models in mainstream economics, it remains essentially a … Continue reading
Russ Roberts chats with Freeman Dyson.
Richard Ebeling and I have an extended discussion in the comments section of a post by Steve Horwitz, hashing out the commonalities shared by Friedrich Hayek and Ludwig Mises — and the differences which distinguish the work of each economist.
An excellent and appropriate choice. Congratulations to Bruce.