Wednesday, February 18, 2009

The Experimental Philosophy

Henry Hazlitt's great "Economics in One Lesson" (from which comes the parable of the broken window) stressed looking behind the obvious to second round effects and further.

Here, taking a leaf from the Austrian economists, experimental propositions are advanced so that ideas can emerge - at a whim rather than via lengthy considered and infrequently published mental toil.

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