Monday, June 30, 2014

Bosanquet on the ideality of economics

"Conditions which have become 'economic' have ceased to be material. They are motives, interests, means to ends." -- The Philosophical Theory of the State, p. 300

All of the idealist philosophers I have read recognized the "praxeological" nature of economic life.

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