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Economics Methodology

Economics Methodology
Nobel Akademik Yayıncılık
352 Page
Number of Prints
1. Baskı
Print Year
Aralık, 2021
Karton Kapak
When we look at the developments in the philosophy of science in the last hundred and fifty years, it is seen that the method of natural sciences is dominant in the method of social sciences. The separation of economics from philosophy, which is thought to progress by using advanced mathematics and technique, has been criticized by twentieth century economists and other social scientists, and these criticisms have led to different epistemological and ontological searches in social sciences from natural sciences. Especially with the development of ontological hermeneutics, the research subject and content of economics has started to be questioned again through the mutual relationship between the individual and society.
In this book, which is prepared for readers who are interested in economics and other social sciences as well as the philosophy of science, the nature of the mutual dynamic relationship between the individual and society as the main research topic of economics has been opened to discussion in different periods and thinkers, thus trying to bring an ontological dimension to the mainstream economy. A critical perspective is presented to the methodology of economics.

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