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The Making of the Economy

A Phenomenology of Economic Science
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Till Düppe
Lexington Books
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Chapter 1 IntroductionPart 2 Part 1. PhilosophyChapter 3 Chapter 1. Science and the Life-WorldChapter 4 Chapter 2. Formalism and How Economists Forgot the Life-WorldChapter 5 Chapter 3. Structuralism and How Economists Made the EconomyPart 6 Part 2. HistoryChapter 7 Chapter 4. The Pre-History of the Economy: The OikonomiaChapter 8 Chapter 5. The Urstiftung of the Economy in the 17th CenturyChapter 9 Chapter 6. The Battles for the Economy since 1848Chapter 10 Chapter 7. The Diminishing Weight of Meaning of the Economy during the Socialist Calculation DebateChapter 11 Chapter 8. The Secret Engineering of the Free Economy during the Formalist RevolutionChapter 12 Chapter 9. The Waning of the Economy TodayChapter 13 ConclusionsChapter 14 References
How did modern man come to believe in the object of the economy? What hopes made us accept scientific authority about this illusive thing? What kinds of persons were attracted by objective knowledge in economic discourse? And how does this knowledge guide our economic life? The Making of the Economy tackles such questions surrounding the modern notion of the economy with a fresh look from phenomenological philosophy. In a historical narrative of economic discourses, Till Düppe shows that only due to the scientific culture of economics we speak of an economy. Economic science made the economy. Our economic experiences alone do not trigger an interest in the economy-which makes Husserl's case for the "forgetfulness of the life-world." Düppe's historical narrative focuses on the emergence of formal economic analysis out of a series of successive life-worlds, or concrete historical situations, an approach which generates a new substantive understanding of both the history of economics and the current discourse of crisis surrounding economics. The book will appeal to historians and philosophers of the social sciences, as well as scholars of history, philosophy, and economics.

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