Epistemología de la Economía. Comentarios sobre el Paradigma Neoclásico (y II)
AbstractTheories, as logic-deductive bodies, can not be taken isolated from the thinking context where they are developed. Philosophical and ethic basis supporting them make necessarily part of the logical structure, although, they could not be explicitly declared. Te chaining between ethic principles, economic theories, phenomena explanation and the consequences of economic policy adjudge let us understand the reality and man's action on it, with a transparency difficult to reach whether dealing with the isolated theory. From new philosophical and ethic basis This way, new scopes for alternative theoretical searching are open before hegemonic paradigms, in the construction of logic-deductive structures, and their validity remains to be settle by reality checking.
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Volume (Year): (2007)
Issue (Month): 3 (Spring)
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Epistemology; Science; Economics; Neoclassic Paradigm;
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