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Induction in the Hands of the Scots. John Stuart Mill Last of the Newtonians. The classical age of economics was marked by an intense interest in scientific methodology. The Inexact Science of Political Economy. Having laid the necessary groundwork, she proceeds to a history and analysis of the methodologies of four economist-philosophers—Adam Smith, Robert Malthus, David Ricardo, and J. Mill—selected for their historical importance as founders of economics and for their common Scottish intellectual lineage.
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Redman No preview available – Reviews the epistemological ideas that inspired the classical economists: Mills Place in the History and Philosophy of Science. Pioneer in Moral Philosophy. The Science of Man. The Method of Analysis and Synthesis. A Short History of Induction. Social Engineering and the Diffusion of Economic Knowledge. Malcolm Limited preview – Common terms and phrases abstract Adam Smith analogy argues argument astronomy axioms Bacon Baconian believed causes century classical economists concept conclusions David Ricardo deductive method Descartes Descartes’s discovered Dugald Stewart Edinburgh edition effects eighteenth empirical essay evidence experience experimental explain facts geometry Herschel history of economic Hobbes Hobbes’s human nature Hume Hume’s hypotheses induction inference inquiry instance interpretation Isaac Newton J.
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Consequently, issues of methodology were at the heart of political economys rise as a science. Science in Eighteenth and NineteenthCentury Britain. Dugald Stewart and Berrumen Philosophy of Science.
The Development of a Method of Ingernacional Science. The Rise of Political Economy as a Science opens with a review of the epistemological ideas that inspired the classical economists: The DeductiveMathematical Experimental Method.
Jevons and the Decline of Induction. Mill as a “separate science”, albeit one still inextricably tied to the other social sciences and to ethics.
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Bacons Theory of Induction. They did not formulate their methodological views in a vacuum, but drew on a rich collection of philosophical ideas. Opposing or Complementary Methods?
William Whewell Gentleman of Science. The classical era of economics opened under Adam Smith with political economy understood as an integral part of a broader system of social philosophy; by the end, it had emerged via J. The Rise of Political Economy as a Science: The Birth of Econometrics. These principles were influential not just in the development of political economy, but beru,en the rise of social science in general.
Concluding remarks put classical methodology into a broader historical perspective. The author then examines science in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Britain, with a particular emphasis on the all-important concept of induction.
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