approaches to economics represented include the Austrian school, McCloskey's ``rhetoric'' approach, Marxist critical theory and institutionalism.
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Table of Contents1. Introduction Don Lavoie
Part I: What is Hermeneutics 2. Towards the Native's Point of View or The Difficulty of Changing the Conversation Arjo Klamer 3. Getting Beyond Objectivism: The Philosophical Hermeneutics of Gadamer and Ricoeur G.B.
Part II: Alternative Views of Economics from a Particular Philosophical Standpoint: Hermeneutics "Appropriated" by Neoclassicism, Institutionalism, Critical Theory, and Austrian Economics 4. Storytelling in Economics Donald N. McCloslkey 5. The
Philosophical Bases of Institutionalist Economics: Peirce and Commons Philip Mirowski 6. The Scope and Goals of Economic Science: A Habermasian Perspective Jon D. Wisman 7. Austrian Economics as a Hermeneutic Approach Ludwig Lachmann
Part III: Alternative
Views of Hermeneutics from a Particular Economic Standpoint: The Controversy in the Austrian School 8. Practical Syllogism, Entrepreneurship, and the Invisible Hand: The Hermeneutics of G.H. von Wright Uskali Maki 9. What is a Price? Explanation and Understanding (with
Apologies to Paul Ricoeur) Richard Ebeling 10. The Economics of Rationality and the Rationality of Economics Ralph A. Rector
Part IV Hermeneutical Reason: Applications in Macro, Micro, and Public Policy 11. On the Microfoundations of Money: Walrasian and
Mengerian Approaches Reconsidered in Light of Richard Rorty's Critique of Foundationalism Randall Kroszner 12. Self-Interpretation, Attention, and Language: Implications for Economics of Charles Taylor's Hermeneutics Lawrence A. Berger 13. What a Non-Paretian Welfare
Economics Would have to Look Like Tyler Cowen 14. The Hermeneutical View of Freedom: Implications of Gadamerian Understanding for Economic Policy Tom G. Palmer