Category Archives: Economics

Counting the Cost – Is Capitalism bankrupt?

Dialogos of Eide

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John Maynard Smith

John Maynard Smith Born 6 January 1920(1920-01-06)London, England Died 19 April 2004(2004-04-19) (aged 84)Lewes, East Sussex, England Nationality British Fields Evolutionary biologist and geneticist Institutions University of Sussex Alma mater University of Cambridge and University College London Doctoral advisor J.B.S. Haldane … Continue reading

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Hari Seldon, a fictional character, is the intellectual hero of Isaac Asimov‘s Foundation Series. In his capacity as mathematics professor at Streeling University on Trantor, he developed psychohistory, allowing him to predict the future in probabilistic terms. His prediction of … Continue reading

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What is the Noble Lie?

“Plato made clear that merit and not heredity defined the gold man and that gold could be found in all parts of society.” What is the “Noble lie” in Economics?? Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? The Guardians were to be men … Continue reading

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Economy, as Science

A shift in paradigm can lead, via the theory-dependence of observation, to a difference in one’s experiences of things and thus to a change in one’s phenomenal world.ON Thomas Kuhn   Control the information you control the people?:) Again as … Continue reading

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The Dance to Truth

While searching for familiarity on the terminology of Phenomenology, the greater question settled on my mind as to what Nature itself means. Undoubtedly we have no questions to ask which are unanswerable. We must trust the perfection of the creation … Continue reading

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Economic Translation From Boards

How many of you have joined your fellow brain jammers to seek a solution for a time for creative purpose? Dr:Lee Smolin’s article on arXiv. Having read it, I find it amusing that the language of economics can be recast … Continue reading

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Follow Up to the Economic Manhattan Project

Dr.Conway,  I thought this might be helpful for you to see the whole works. Not often is perspective in science used to arise above what has been normally happening with the economy to see it in a new light. Imagine … Continue reading

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"Bag Model," for the Economy

“In this edition, as a fifth appendix, a presentation of my views on the problem of space in general and the gradual modifications of our ideas on space resulting from the influence of the relativistic view-point. I wished to show … Continue reading

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The Relief of Burdens

Realistic or imaginative? This detailed bust, titled ‘Solon’ (National Museum, Naples) is technically more sophisticated than anything produced in Solon’s own time. Most of the ancient literary records, from which history derives its knowledge of Solon, were also constructed long … Continue reading

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