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by Wojciech W. Gasparski,Marek K. Mlicki,J. Lee Auspitz,Klemens Szaniawski

Free eBook Praxiologies and the Philosophy of Economics (Praxiology: The International Annual of Practical Philosophy) download ISBN: 1560000031
Author: Wojciech W. Gasparski,Marek K. Mlicki,J. Lee Auspitz,Klemens Szaniawski
Publisher: Transaction Publishers; 1 edition (January 1, 1992)
Language: English
Pages: 707
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Subcategory: Economics
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Praxiology: the international annual of practical philosophy and methodology. Epistemological Problems of Economics. Praxiology: The International Annual of Practical Philosophy and Methodology. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. 10. pp. 7–9. ISBN 978-0765801678.

Wojciech W. Gasparski. Praxiology is like the prose of Moliere's The Prodigious Snob: everybody uses it but few can define it. That task fell to the famous Polish philosopher and logician, Tadeusz Kotarbinski. He noted that praxiology deals with doing and working from the point of view of effectiveness. It has three components: analysis of concepts involving purposive actions; critique of modes of action from the viewpoint of efficiency; and normative advisory aspects in recommendations for increasing efficiency. Wojciech W. Gasparski is professor emeritus of the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences and chair in business ethics at Koźmiński University, Warsaw, Poland. Libro 1. Piotr Makowski Mateusz Bonecki Krzysztof Nowak-Posadzy Wojciech W. Gasparski15 de noviembre de 2015.

Increasingly, praxiology has focused on the social sciences, since both have a strong sense of knowledge and its applications. In its unifying potentials "Praxiology and the Philosophy of Economics "is a landmark of scholarship.

In book: Environmental Political Philosophy, p. 97-228 . Cite this publication. Recent developments in the methodology of economics have drawn upon pragmatist and realist philosophies of social science. These recent developments are outlined. It is argued that a specific variant of realist philosophy known as critical realism can provide the basis for a prescriptive economic methodology that is not susceptible to pragmatist criticisms.

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Praxiology and the Philosophy of Technology. Positive Ethics in Economics: Volume 14, Praxiology: The International Annual of Practical Philosophy and Methodology. Management Fashions: Turning Bestselling Ideas into Objects and Institutions. The 25th volume in the series Praxiology: The International Annual of Practical Philosophy and Methodology brings a praxiological perspective to current issues facing our society. Desire: The Concept and its Practical Context.

Product Description Wojciech W. Gasparski is professor emeritus of the Institute of Philosophy.

Praxiology deals with working and doing from the point of view of effectiveness. It has three components: analysis of concepts involving purposive actions; critique of modes of action from the viewpoint of efficiency; and normative advisory aspects in recommendations for increasing human efficiency. This fifth volume of the Praxiology series is devoted to Human Action in Business: Praxiological and Ethical Dimensions.

Philosophy: Book Series. Positive Ethics in Economics. By Wojciech W. Gasparski

Philosophy: Book Series. The International Annual of Practical Philosophy and Methodology. Praxiological Essays. Economics is often accused of being "a-ethical"-lacking a moral perspective-if not altogether immoral. Praxiology is the study of working and doing from the point of view of effectiveness.

Praxiology is like the prose of Moliere's The Prodigious Snob: everybody uses it but few can define it. That task fell to the famous Polish philosopher and logician, Tadeusz Kotarbinski. He noted that praxiology deals with doing and working from the point of view of effectiveness. It has three components: analysis of concepts involving purposive actions; critique of modes of action from the viewpoint of efficiency; and normative advisory aspects in recommendations for increasing efficiency.

Increasingly, praxiology has focused on the social sciences, since both have a strong sense of knowledge and its applications. In this encyclopedic effort, the editors, aided by a remarkable group of international scholars, convened a meeting to examine fundamental issues in the theory of human action, the nature of economics, and theoretical issues in such praxiological disciplines as design, accounting, market mechanisms, management, and planning.

This is a breakthrough volume in its combination and permutation of fault lines in the logic of scientific inquiry and the newer aspects of social action. It is graced with pioneering, new papers on "Methodological Foundations of Economics" by Herbert A. Simon; "Appropriate Methods for the Studies of the Economy" by Kenneth E. Boulding; "The Role of the Uncertainty Principle in Economics" by George J. Klir; "Problems of Market Forecasting" by Donald N. McCloskey; "Rights as Social Practices" by Beth J. Singer; and "The Crisis of Professional Knowledge" by Donald A. Schon.

The volume thoroughly integrates European, British, and American scholarship in advanced areas of philosophy and decision-theory. Contributions cover a broad area of economics: from criticism of institutional economics to examination of the role of induction in economic forecasting. Major figures examined include Menger, von Mises, Hayek, and Keynes among others, concluding with an attempt to integrate praxiology and economics in a larger theory of the social and historical life cycle. In its unifying potentials Praxiology and the Philosophy of Economics is a landmark of scholarship.