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April 11 , 2010

From Philosophy to Economics: Early Essays


Essays on Descartes, Schopenhauer, Marx, Bergson, Adam Smith, David Ricardo Kuhn, Hecksher-Ohlin. Topics include: certainty, ego, duration, consciousness, free-will, alienation, naturalism, scientifi c revolutions, profi ts, rents, classical and marginalist economics, foreign trade theory. Th ese essays were written when I was a graduate student in philosophy in the late 1960s at New York University and then a decade later as a graduate student in economics at the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research. Many of them were of publishable quality, acording to my professors, but would fi rst have to be rewritten. Th e rewritting stopped me from publishbing them. However, when I recently retrieved these papers from a storage facility in Long Island City, I realized that they were better than I thought and decided to publish them but still resisted rewritting them. But I did edit them, and had them word processed because they were typed on a typwritter.

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