November 30, 2015

Math/Mathiness: cross-references

Posts
  • Economics, philosophy, and mathematics   here
  • Economists: just too stupid for counting   here
  • Why economists have not been effective in economics   here
  • Economics: math-adorned incoherent blather   here
  • We are not yet out of the wood; in fact, we are not yet in it   here
  • Morons on math   here
  • Note on Lars Syll on ‘Cauchy logic’ in economics   here
  • Math, Einstein, and the bottomless incompetence of economists   here
  • Economics between mathiness, dyscalculia, and idiocy   here
  • Heterodoxy’s popular but silly math denial   here
  • A new curriculum for swampies?   here
  • Wicksell’s misplaced critique of mathematics   here
  • New economic thinking ― false promises and hopes   here
  • Marshall and the Cambridge school of plain economic gibberish   here
  • The tiny little problem with economics   here
  • The great economic equations   here
  • Econ and math: Forever talking at cross purposes?   here
  • Mathiness is NOT the problem — scientific incompetence is   here
  • Coming to terms with formalization (II)  here
  • At last, mathiness problem settled   here
  • Economics, Gödel, and a would-be field day for math-Luddites  here
  • Hold the handle, not the blade  here
  • Mathiness and the Ur-blunder  here
  • Profit (not mathematics) is the key  here
  • The science that never was  here
  • Neither truth nor beauty  here
  • Rubberneck's reality  here
  • The synthesis of institution and math  here
  • The insignificance of Gödel's theorem for economics  here
  • Marshall's "Burn the mathematics": cross-references  here
  • Beauty or horseshit?  here
  • From obscurity to enlightenment  here
  • Total scientific Dadaism  here
  • Economists do not solve problems, they are the problem  here
  • The axiomatic method is impeccable  here
  • Failure: method or incompetence?  here
  • Marshall: a monument of scientific incompetence  here
  • Marshall and some skewed arguments  here
  • From Marshall to Georgescu-Roegen  here
  • What engine?  here
  • Over the cliff  here
  • Who is afraid of axioms?  here
  • Still in the woods  here
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