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The interpretive dimension of economics: Science, hermeneutics, and praxeology

The interpretive dimension of economics: Science, hermeneutics, and praxeology,10.1007/s11138-010-0137-x,The Review of Austrian Economics,Don Lavoie

The interpretive dimension of economics: Science, hermeneutics, and praxeology   (Citations: 6)
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Journal: The Review of Austrian Economics , vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 91-128, 2011
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    • ...The notion of the “entrepreneur” may also figure in a narrative context, as Lavoie would stress (Lavoie 1988, 1991; Lavoie and Chamlee-Wright 2000; Lavoie 2011)...

    Arjo Klamer. Cultural entrepreneurship

    • ...Anderson argued that “it is illogical to mix a logical analysis with a temporal regressus.” Lavoie (2011), however, pointed out that theory must “interpret intelligibly, that is, it must tell a plausible story about how the results explain some otherwise problematic aspect of reality.” A task of price theory is to explain how society evolved from barter to money prices...

    Jack High. Dr. Anderson and the Austrians: Price formation as a cumulative proces...

    • ...Lavoie (2011) makes this point with a lengthy quotation from Mises in which the latter argues that “History is not an intellectual reproduction, but a condensed representation of the past in conceptual terms...
    • ...Expanding on a quote that Lavoie (2011) also notes, Mises (1966: 53) argued with regard to the second:...
    • ...That twist was to argue that, despite our inability to induce a theory out of “historical facts,” the doing of good history could affect how we did theory (Lavoie 2011):...
    • ...My goal is not to provide a detailed history but instead to provide enough of that history to use it to illustrate the issues around the relationship between theory and history raised by Lavoie (2011)...

    Steven Horwitz. Theory, history, and the great recession

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