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John Protevi

Very, very interesting post. And I'm saying that not simply because it validates my instinct that Derrida's work should be brought in from the cold.

Just a small point: am I correct that the following shows your training as a historian of philosophy? "I was keen on avoiding applying inherited philosophy to economics; so I did not want to apply, say, the realism/antirealism debate to economics, or wonder if economic theory can be falsified. Rather I expected to develop philosophical concepts and questions appropriate to the material at hand."

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