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INDEX afortiori, 76, 77, 81 Abramovitz, Moses, 50 ad hominem, 26, 64 Adorno, Theodor, 184 A1chian, Armen, 150, 151 allegory, 44 Amariglio, Jack, 188 analogy, 24, 26, 27, 28, 37, 40, 44, 47, 62, 64, 69,152,182 anaphora, 79 anarchism, 5,99, 156, 174, 186. See also Feyerabend aporia, 11, 78 Aristotle, 6, 16, 41, 93, 94, 99, 164, 170 arrangement, xii, 10, 53, 90-91, 93, 94 Arrow, Kenneth, 39, 99, 123 Arrow-Debreu Theorem, 88 Augustine, St., 11 Austen, Jane, 9, 17, 84 Austin, J. 1., 23, 107, 148, 183 Austrian economics, 54, 161 authority: appeal to, 26,36,59-61,77-78, 87-89, 148, 182 Bacon, Francis, 59,158 Bakan, David, 173 Barfield, Owen, 42, 43 Barthes, Roland, 86 Battaglio, Raymond, 25 Bauer, Peter, xvi, 13 Bazerman, Charles, xii, xvii, 23 Becker, Gary, xi, 13,40,42-47, 144 behaviorism, 31, 99 Bell, Daniel, 175 Bentham, Jeremy, 4, 182, 191 Black, Max, 12, 42, 47, 48 blackboard economics, 92, 189 Blaug, Mark, xvi, 157-58, 168 Boland, Lawrence, 148, 162 Booth, Wayne, xv, xvii, xviii, 6, 22, 25-26, 32,38,51,84,141,142,166,175; defines rhetoric, xx Borel, Armand, 109 Boulding, Kenneth, 40 Braudel, Fernand, 102 Bronowski, Jacob, 40, 61, 184 Bruns, Gerald, xv, 11 Burke, Kenneth, xvi, xviii, 21, 23, 24, 26, 32,49-51,66,84 Caldwell, Bruce, xvii, 162 Campbell, John, 59, 60 capitol: human, 43 capital market literature, nearly universal misuse of statistical significance in, 134 Cato, 169 Catullus, 70 Chandler, Alfred, 97 Chicago school, xi, 16, 99,144,188 Cicero, Marcus, 6, 48, 66, 120, 162, 169, 183 Clark, Kim, 129 ciiometrics, 74, 75, 77, 84 Coase, Ronald, xiii, xvii, 57, 87-99,152, 154 Coase's Theorem, 88 Cochrane, John, xvii, 39 Cohen, Kalman, 145 Collander, David, 191 Collins, Harry, xvii, 149 common topics, 81-82 context of discovery, 58, 62, 144, 156, 177 conversation: of humankind, xiv, xvi, xviii, 162, 179, 192; as norm for science, xix, xx, 51, 67, 69, 71, 82, 86, 100, 107-9, 128,131,139,154,160-63,167, 175, 178, 179,189 Cooley, T. E, 24 Copi, Irving, 182-83 Corbett, Edward P. J., 6 Cosgel, Metin, 98 Crain, Robert, 101 critical theory, 64 Crosman, Richard, 174 Crowley, Sharon, 6 Cyert, Richard, 145 219 220 Index Darby, Michael, 128, 129 Darwin, Charles 59-60, 150 Davis, John, 188 Davis, Lance, 74, 107 Davis, Philip J., 165-66 de Man, Paul, 173 de Marchi, Neil, xvii, 146 Debreu, Gerard, 5-6, 92 deconstruction, 15-17, 181 DeGroot, Morris, 123, 126 demand, law of, analyzed rhetorically, 23-28,178 demarcation, 22, 161, 176 demarcation line, 25 Denton, Frank, xvii, 120, 124 Descartes, Rene, 59, 61, 69, 87, 98, 108, 141, 147, 152, 159, 164, 166 Dettmer, Helena R., 70-72 Dewey,John, 146, 158, 164, 169, 171, 173, 184 diachronic, approaches to science, 29-31 diallage, 77, 79 discovery. See context of Domar, Evsey, 50 Dudley-Evans, Tony, 10-11 Duhem, Pierre, 59,148,149 Eagleton, Terry, 174 econometrics, 112-38 Edgeworth, F. Y., 36, 37, 121 Einstein, Albert, 21, 53,152,156,157 Elster, Jon, 32 enthymemes, 93 equilibrium, 14, 15 ethics, 15,47, 99, 143 ethos, 7-9, 11, 84-85, 87-88 Euler, Leonhard, 8, 68-70, 166 Evensky, Jerry, 188 evolutionary biology: as a model for economics, xxi, 26 exogeneity: as employment, 15 exordium, 7, 87, 90 expectations: rational, 52-58, 62-64 falsification, 64, 148-50 feminism, 192 feminist, xiii Feyerabend, Paul, xii, xv, xviii, 142, 152, 159, 168, 169 figures of speech, 12. See also Irony; Metaphor; Metonymy; Synecdoche Finocchiaro, Maurice, xii Fischer, David Hackett, 182 Fish, Stanley, xvii, 107 Fisher, Irving, 89 Fisher, R. A., Sir, 120, 121, 122 Fishlow, Albert, 75, 85 Fleck, Ludwik, xii Fogel, Robert, xvii, 74-86, 94, 99, 150, 152 Foucault, Michel, 184 Frank, Robert, 22 free trade, 13 Freedman, David, 123 Frenkel, Jacob, 114 Friedman, Benjamin, 61 Friedman, Milton, xi, 5, 33-34, 145-46, 148, 150, 151, 153, 154 Frye, Northrop, 32, 60 Fustel de Coulanges, N. D., 9 Galbraith, J. K., 40 Galileo, xii, 53, 152, 159 game theory, 40,163 Gardner, John, 41 Geertz, Clifford, xvii, 174, 184 Geison, Gerald, xvii, 152 Genberg-Zecher criterion, 103, 111, 115 general equilibrium, 163 geology: as a model for economics, xxi, 150,190 Georgescu-Roegen, Nicholas, 40 Gerschenkron, Alexander, 74 Gibson, Walker, 84 Gigerenzer, Gerd, 123 Glymour, Clark, 147 gnomic present, 11 Goldberger, Arthur, 116, 124, 126, 127...

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