January 16, 2009

“Could Not Be Described As In Some Sense Rational:” Eric Hobsbawm

“Economics thus became the only social science in our period undisturbed by the problem of non-rational behavior, since it was so defined as to exclude all transactions which could not be described as being in some sense rational.”

Eric Hobsbawm: The Age Of Empire. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, Ondon: 1987. Pp. 270

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