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A Critique of the Austrian approach to Holistic Concepts

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07/30/2014Gustavo Marqués

In this article I will revise Mises and Hayek’s thesis about the proper categories of economics. In their view, classical economics was successful in identifying the right concepts of economic science, but its aggregative (universalistic) and objective approach was not satisfactory.

Volume 22, Number 1 (2010)

Author:

Gustavo Marqués

Gustavo Marqués is professor of Methodology of Economic Sciences and Epistemology of Economics at the School of Economic Sciences at the University of Buenos Aires and also professor of Philosophy at the School of Economic Sciences at the University Lomas de Zamora.

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Marqués, Gustavo. "A Critique of the Austrian approach to Holistic Concepts." Journal of Libertarian Studies 22, No. 1 (2010): 171–184.

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