Postmodernistyczna koncepcja wiedzy, ekonomii, etyki i historii gospodarczej w pracach Deirdre McCloskey

Jakub Wozinski

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/DP.2017.017

Abstrakt


Deirdre N. McCloskey is a representative of postmodernism in the field of economics and ethics. By applying philosophical tools developed by Rorty, James, Searle and others she attempts to reinterpretate the Great Divergence as a phenomenon resulting from a major change in narration and dignity newly awarded to the bourgeois. McCloskey denies any relevance to all the factors traditionally linked with the outbreak of the Industrial Revolution arguing instead that the only relevant reasons were purely of linguistic nature. This approach is subject to many errors and misinterpretations typical of postmodernism. McCloskey’s analysis is ahistorical, inadeqaute and in many aspects purely ideological and unscientific.


Słowa kluczowe


postmodernism; knowledge; economics; ethics; economic history; Deirdre McCloskey

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Bibliografia


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McCloskey Deirdre N., The Bourgeois Equality. How Ideas nor Capital or Institutions enriched the World, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago 2016.

McCloskey Deirdre N., The Bourgeois Virtues: An Ethics for an Age of Commerce, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago 2006.

McCloskey Deirdre N., The Rhetoric of Economics, The University of Wisconsin Press, Madison 1998.

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